Right from known the as Mr 18th de century, Belleyme, in 1763, mentioned King our Louis growthXV’s on his map. A that time, it was called neyard Barreyre. used to produce about During 180 the barrels 19th of century, “great the wine”.vi
In the early 1900s, François He was Bouquier then used 17 to years take old part andin
fell in Grandmaison’s love with the harvests.spot.
In he 1939, mentioned when he he got would to like know to that buy it, the which place he was did: for sale,
Harshly producing affected wine for by a the few 1956 years. frost, Grandmaison stopped Later whole on, in vineyard. 1970, Jean Bouquier and his wife rebuilt the Léognan Grandmaison wineries. was eventually back among the other
In tasting, 1988, their after son graduating François in joined them. wine-growing and wine
Since dedicated 1993, to this along with family-owned his wife, winery. he has been totally dedicated to this family-owned winery,
Le vignoble :
Superficie en Rouge : 16 ha
Superficie en Blanc : 3 ha
Rouge : 63%Merlot, 27% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10 ùCabernet Franc
Blanc : 70 % Sauvignon 14% sauvignon gris, 16% semillon
Production moyenne :
Rouge : 90 000 blles
Blanc : 18000 blles
Pays d’exportation :
Belgique, Etas-Unis, Pays-Bas
Visite du Château :
Sans rendez-vous du lundi au vendredi de 8h30 à 12h et de 14h à 18h30 – (dernière visite 17h45)
Le samedi de 9h à 12h et de 14h30 à 18h – (dernière visite 17h30). A partir de 10 personnes sur rendez-vous.
Langues Parlées :
Français, Anglais, espagnol
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