Certified Green Wines

Eco-consious, the producers of the wines in this category have committed to producing their wines with the utmost respect for the environment, and to have them certified. Organic, biodynamic, undergoing organic conversion, no added sulfites or HVE (High Environmental Value), the wines in this category are certified “Green”.

Clos Floridène (Rouge)

The name and history of Clos Floridène simply evokes the names of its founders: Denis and Florence Dubourdieu. At its beginnings, in 1982, Clos Floridène is a small enclosure with 2 hectares of old white vines of Sémillon and Muscadelle,...

Clos Floridène Blanc

The name and history of Château Clos Floridène evokes the names of its founders: Denis and Florence Dubourdieu. At its beginning, in 1982, Clos Floridène is a small enclosure with 2 hectares of old white vineyards of Semillon and Muscadelle,...

Château Duhart Milon

History The history of Château Duhart Milon dates back to the early 18th century, when Pauillac was covered with vines, under the direction of the Seigneurie de Lafite. The wines of Milon serve as an income to the Lord of...

Carruades de Lafite

Histoire The historical origin of the name comes from the Carruades plateau, name of a set of parcels adjoining the rump of the castle and acquired in 1845 by Château Lafite. In the twentieth century, the Carruades are marketed separately...

Caillou Blanc de Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. It is on the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle that you can see Château Talbot from a distance. It bears the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the...

Connetable de Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. On the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, you can see Château Talbot from distance. It has the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the Médoc and Graves vineyards...

Château Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. On the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, you can see Château Talbot from distance. It has the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the Médoc and Graves vineyards...

Château Siran

The history of Château Siran dates back to the 19th century, precisely on January 14, 1859, when the Château became the property of the Miailhe family. Their ancestor, Leo Barbier, bought the estate for 100,000 Francs from the Comte and...

Château La Rose Figeac

The history of Château La Rose Figeac goes back to the year 1961 when the maternal grandfather of Nathalie Despagne, already owner of Château La Tour Figeac, buys the property of its neighbor. In the following years, it will regroup...

Château Prieuré Lichine

Located in Cantenac, on the prestigious Margaux appellation, the history of the Château Prieuré-Lichine began in the 15th century, when it was created by the Benedictine monks of the Abbey of Vertheuil in Médoc. Privatized in the French Revolution, the...

Château Pontet-Canet

History The history of Château Pontet-Canet dates back to the early 18th century when Jean-François de Pontet, grand equerry of the king became governor of the Medoc, brings together several parcels of land located in Pauillac. Subsequently, his descendants add...

Pichon Comtesse Réserve

The history of this estate began in 1686, when Pierre de Mazure Rauzan, rich merchant and bourgeois of Bordeaux, bought parcels of vines near the seigniory of Latour and created a vineyard, the Enclos Rauzan. A little later, his daughter...