Bordeaux

The most famous vineyards in the world, but also the largest production. Leave the city of Bordeaux, take any direction and you find yourself surrounded by vineyards. The Grand Crus, Crus Bourgeois to the ordinary Bordeaux, this region offers an incredible wine diversity.


    • Château Lagrange Monbadon

      AOC Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux
      Producer: Baron de Montfort
      Style: Red
      Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet Franc & Sauvignon
      Bottle: 750ml

      This is a vigorous and fresh wine with notes of white fruits. Its elegant tannins are melting on the palate. It is a wine from organic farming.

      Bouquet: pleasantly fruity with aromas of red berries, plant litter, smoke and vanilla.

      Food pairing: lamb, duck, dish with mushrooms, chocolate desserts.

    • Château Monbadon

      AOC Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux
      Producer: Baron de Montfort
      Style: Red
      Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon
      Bottle: 750ml

      This is a quite elegant and full-bodied organic wine. The tannins are smooth and slightly pronounced, its complexity grows over time.

      Bouquet: slightly fruity (aronia, plums) with notes of cedar and charcoal.

      Food pairing: red meat, duck, cheese, vegetables.

    • Château du Rocher Grand Cru

      AOC St-Emilion
      Producer: Baron de Montfort
      Style: Red
      Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc
      Bottle: 750ml

      This is an organic wine made from a vineyard of 15 hectares that has a slightly ferruginous soil. It has the classic qualities of the wines of Saint-Emilion. It is a velvety wine with some slight hints of oak barrels.

      Bouquet: fruits, tobacco, licorice and gunpowder.

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