Cuvee de L'Abbaye

Jaillance
Cremant de Bordeaux Rose
Items Number: 156

With sunny conditions and a temperate maritime climate, the Crémant de Bordeaux Appellation vineyards lie completely within the AOC Bordeaux area. This Crémant was originally established as an AOC in its own right in April 1990. Our cellars at Pain de Sucre lie on the site of a series of one-time quarries, hewn directly out of the rock, which ensures stability of temperature - ideal for making sparkling wines. 18 months of cellar ageing is needed for the Crémant de Bordeaux brut rosé to develop its complex flavor. This wine is vinified by the traditional method.

2009

Château Tour Sieujean

Château Tour Sieujean
Pauillac
Items Number: 903

In the Médoc peninsula, 30 minutes north of Bordeaux, the Château Tour Sieujean is located in the town of Saint Laurent-Médoc, on the road to Pauillac. With a total area of 8 hectares, our property includes two appellations: Pauillac and Haut Médoc. Château Tour Sieujean is one of the last remaining family-run domains surrounded by the famous Grands Crus of Pauillac. The 10th century feudal tower watches over the vineyard planted on the most beautiful gravel brows of the appellation.

2012

Pavillon de Léoville Poyferré

Pavillon de Léoville Poyferré
Saint-Julien
Items Number: 910

Pavillon de Léoville Poyferré is the 2nd wine of Château Léoville Poyferré, which was recognized as a Second Classified Growth in 1855.  Château Léoville Poyferré has been owned and run by Cuvelier family since 1920. The arrival of Didier CUVELIER at the head of the property in 1979, hailed a new era for the success of the domain and the restoration of Léoville Poyferré to its rightful rank among the great Médoc wines.

2016

Château Tour de Goupin (Rosé)

Château Tour de Goupin
BORDEAUX
Items Number: 3113
2014

Château Léoville Poyferré

Château Léoville Poyferré
Saint-Julien
Items Number: 911
With origins dating back to 1638, Léoville was the largest vineyard in the Médoc region at the time of the French Revolution. Its outstanding quality wines gained early recognition when it was ranked 2nd Growth in the 1855 classification.