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Château Haut Brisey

The estate is located in the town of Jau-Dignac-et-Loirac, in the far north of the Médoc appellation.

Created in 1983, the Château Haut Brisey is managed by Corine and Christian Denis. The house's membership in the "crus artisans" family, a new 2018 classification from the 2017 vintage, has marked the history of its wines formerly classified as crus bourgeois.

Exceptional wines to keep

The vineyard extends over an area of ​​10 ha. Its soil is characterized by Quaternary gravel mixed with a thin layer of clay and limestone. The grape variety is made up of Cabernet (70%) and Merlot (30%). Thanks to the climate of the region, the grapes can reach a greater maturity, allowing to obtain excellent wines of guard.

Among the references offered by the house are "Château Haut Brisey" and "Les Hauts de Sestignan". Château Haut Brisey 2012 is currently one of the good vintages for sale. He has been awarded several times: silver medal at the Concours International de Lyon in 2016, silver medal at the Concours de Bordeaux 2015, silver medal Prix Plaisir 2018, Bettane & Desseauve competition.

Superb tasting experience with the owner Christian Denis, passionate about his art and who will not hesitate to introduce you to several vintages from his estate. Authentic wines in the image of the producer, generous, round and powerful at very affordable prices to accompany regional dishes such as duck breasts or regional beef ribs.

A treat that we never tire of. Worth a visit and it is safe to report your visit

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Château La Hourcade

In 1940, Mr Cecchini fell in love with the Médoc and a pretty Pauillac. Together they founded a family as well as Château La Hourcade. In the shade of the grands crus, two of their sons took over to produce a wine typical of this secular land. Since 1968, this know-how has therefore been transmitted from the peasant lands of this former Diguayre.

Anecdotes from the estate

"The friendships formed between the rows of vines leave memories of childhood, of laughter and of sharing. A wine will never be, in our opinion, the product of a man, a name or a brand but the fruit of the work of those who get up every morning to prune, hack or prune the vines. For all this, this wine is also theirs ”.

"In the town, the Diguayres stele wants to honor the generations who, for 130 years worked and fixed the coastline to defend their land from the assaults of the ocean. My grandfather was one of those immigrant workers. Many years later his son became mayor of the town while I returned from Bordeaux to learn how to give wine these reflections of tradition ”.

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Château Haut Gravat

Owner from father to son for more than five generations, this wine estate was reconstituted in 1960. In 1983, the penultimate generation and current owner, decided to improve its production, expand its vineyard and create new buildings. . The vat room is thus enlarged.

A barrel cellar and bottle storage were built, as well as a tasting room and a tower were created to improve the reception of customers by allowing them to benefit, during the visit, from a magnificent view of the vineyard

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Champagne Humblot

The meeting of two Champagne Houses

Two cousins ​​Gérald Humblot and Stéphane Joly, brought up like brothers, each invest themselves, body and soul, in their Champagne House. Gérald Humblot created, ex-nihilo, the eponymous Champagne House. For his part, Stéphane Joly succeeds several generations of winegrowers within the Champagne House Veuve Doussot. They are working together to create and develop their Maison when suddenly in 2011, Gérald died at the age of 34, leaving Stéphanie Humblot and her two young children.

Immediately, the decision is taken by Stéphanie and Stéphane, the young Maison Humblot must continue to live and prosper in Gerald's memory. Seven years later, Stéphanie is in charge of sales and marketing for both Houses. Stéphane is responsible for the culture and winemaking for the two brands, while ensuring they maintain their own identity.

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