By nature, the Bordeaux wine industry is a diverse and competitive market so we have worked hard to narrow down the offerings to a selection of hand-picked estates that compliment rather than compete achieving a range of eclectic, affordable, good quality wines from a variety of appellations. A little shake up of our Bordeaux range for 2019 sees the addition of two stunning reds from regions we are fans of: Saint-Emilion and Haut Medoc. They sit alongside a handful of small estates whose wines we have enjoyed for a number of years now. For information on each individual château you can visit their websites. Where the wineries don't have their own weblink you can read about their wines on the following pages or talk to one of our knowledgeable team.
Château Maine Pascaud:
In the south of the Entre Deux Mers region Olivier Metzinger produces wines under the Côtes de Bordeaux appellation and we import his white and red cuvées. Having completely renovated their buildings five years ago the their business is not just wine. They now have hotel rooms, function rooms and a swimming pool, all situated in beautiful mature parkland. Amongst other things they also produce local artisan beer.
For more information visit: www.domainepascaud.com
Château La Grave Peynet:
The family behind this château have been making wine for seven generations and now manage 33 hectares of vines which are situated in the village of Saint André du Bois on the right bank of the Garonne in the Saint Macaire district. From their small portfolio we import their AOC Bordeaux rosé.
Château Lamothe Castera:
Situated in the Entre Deux Mers area 80 km from Bordeaux Château Lamothe-Castéra dates back to the middle of the 15th century. Today Renaud and Claire Jean manage this 30 hectare estate alongside their three other domaines.
For more information visit: www.chateaulamothecastera.fr
Château Malescasse sits in a direct line with Margaux to the south and Saint-Julien to the north, Lamarque stands at the highest point of the Médoc, some 30 metres above sea level and it is here that Château Malescase was built in 1824. The second wine of this domaine, Le Moulin Rose, pays homage to the iconic Malescasse windmill, which was renovated last year. This blend comes from plots close to the windmill, and its balance and elegance give it a distinctively Médoc style. It also has a charm and a silky texture which make it immediately accessible.
For more information visit: www.chateau-malescasse.com
Château Grand Moulin Macquin:
Château Grand Moulin Macquin has been owned by the Rambeaud family since 2010. It’s a small, 15 hectare estate on the edge of Saint-Emilion that makes ripe and juicy, fruit forward wines.