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”.

Château Grand Corbin Despagne

History The Despagne family has been present in the history of Saint-Emilion since the 16th century as evidenced by genealogical writings. It was Louis Despagne, whose family was a sharecropper on Cheval Blanc, who acquired the first family parcels, at...

La Sirène de Giscours

The history of the castle goes back to a document mentioning the existence of the property from 1330, or rather the noble house of “Guyscoutz”. In 1847 the Count of Pescatore laid the first stone of the remarkable castle overlooking...

Haut Médoc Giscours

If, in the history, the first document mentions the Giscours Castle in 1330, or rather the noble house of “Guyscoutz”, it is in 1847 that the Count of Pescatore built the remarkable castle which dominates the vineyard. 1855 marks the...

Château Giscours

History The history of Château Giscours goes back to a document mentioning the existence of the property from 1330, or rather the noble house of “Guyscoutz”. Château Giscours has never ceased to reinvent itself over the centuries. Pierre de Lhomme,...

Château Figeac

History Château Figeac is a very old property in Bordeaux. Its history dates back to the 2nd century, in Gallo-Roman times, while the Figeacus family gave its name to the “villa” that it founds here. The Domaine de Figeac entered...

Château Brane-Cantenac

History Château Brane-Cantenac became part of the Bordeaux wines history when it was ranked second in the official classification of Bordeaux wines of 1855. Three centuries ago, the vineyard was called Hostein and owned by the Gorce family. In 1866, the property...

Château Branaire Ducru

History The history of the Château Branaire-Ducru began when in 1680 Jean-Baptiste Braneyre acquired the estate: it was already a property of excellence. But the consecration really took place when the domain was raised to the rank of 4th Classified...

Château Les Grands Chênes

History The first plantation in the history of the Château Les Grands Chênes, named Cru Bourgeois Supérieur, took place in 1880. This property was one of the first acquired by Bernard Magrez in the Médoc vineyards. This castle is often...

Duluc de Branaire Ducru

History This history began in 1725 when Marie Braneyre, the only daughter of the founder of Branaire-Ducru, married Pierre Du Luc, Councilor of King Louis XV. The family of Pierre Du Luc, second owner, has kept the property for two...

Château Pape Clément White

History Château Pape Clément, located in Pessac, near Bordeaux, owes its historical name to its most famous owner: Pope Clement V. It is one of the oldest Grands Crus in Bordeaux. Its vineyard was established in the 13th century and the...

Château Pape Clément (Red)

History Château Pape Clément, located in Pessac, at the gates of Bordeaux, owes its name and its history to its most famous owner: Pope Clement V. It is one of the oldest Grands Crus of Bordeaux. Its vineyard was established...

Petit Mouton de Mouton Rothschild

History The history of Château Mouton Rothschild is that of a magical encounter between soil, climate and the passion of a man: Baron Philippe de Rothschild. Led by two exceptional personalities, Baron Philippe de Rothschild (1902 – 1988) and his...