Château Bujeau La Grave


  • A very good value for money
  • A medal-winning wine
  • Traditional vinification followed by a maceration of three weeks
  • The combination of know-how with advanced winemaking tools
  • Quality, traceability and commitment to the environment from bunch to bottle

Château Bujeau La Grave belonged to the Réaut family for several generations. After the retirement of its historic owner, the property joined the estate of Céline Wlostowicer, a young oenologist.

The vineyard of Château Bujeau La Grave is located on the right bank of the Garonne in the town of Saint Laurent du Bois and enjoys a magnificent sunshine. This 22-hectare terroir is made up of 50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 42% Merlot and 8% Cabernet Franc on a clay-limestone soil. The vinification is traditional and followed by a maceration of three weeks. The wine is then aged in barrels.

At the tasting, Château Bujeau La Grave offers a very fruity and supple wine with very harmonious tannins. It is a remarkable wine by its carmine red dress. The aromas of currants and blackberries compose a fruity bouquet. The supple, round flesh leaves a brioche finish on the palate.

Their Team

  • Owner : Céline WLOSTOWICER