Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux appellation
Hillside plots cover 64 hectares in the village of Cars near Blaye, overlooking the Gironde river. Château Peybonhomme-Les-Tours was classified as a ‘Premier Cru Bourgeois’ in 1868 (Cocks & Féret second edition), making its terroir one of the best suited to producing fine wine, and biodynamics the best way of revealing it.
Château La Grolet
Côtes de Bourg appellation
Château La Grolet covers 54 hectares in the village of Saint-Ciers-De-Canesse divided into 38 hectares of red vines as well as natural grassland, woodland, waterways and water sources, a structure which has remained unchanged for centuries. With its vineyards, split into small terraces and steep hillsides, Château La Grolet is proud to bear the Côtes de Bourg appellation in a landscape worthy of the description ‘Little Switzerland of Gironde’ which is often given to this very characterful Bordeaux appellation. This is borne out by Château La Grolet’s wines.