Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion- Winery residing in the Magnificent Bordeaux, France
The Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion winery and estate is located in the magnificent Bordeaux, France – one of the most famous wine making regions of the world. Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion is a family run winery, which has been in the family for over 14 generations.
The winery is historically organic and the wine makers at Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion have never used any pesticides, weed killers or synthetic chemicals in their wine making processes.
Combining Tradition and Modernity
The team at Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion successfully combine tradition and modernity through the entire wine making process. An example of this is mixing the use of horses and robots in the working of the vineyards. The estate is always looking to the future for new and improved green technologies and makes its land available to researchers who are interested in these research areas.
Wines produced by the Winery
The wines produced at Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion form part of the Saint-Emilion wine classification region. Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion produces the Merlot a queue rouge, Bouchet, Cabernet Sauvignon and Pressac grape vareitals, which are used to produce world class red and rose wines. The most notable wines produced by the Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion winery and estae are the Chateau Coutet 2000, the Chateau Coutet 2001, the Chateau Coutet 2002 and the Chateau Coutet 2004.
Recently an incredible discovery was made on the estate – a 200 year old buried bottle of Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Cuvee Emeri with a heart shaped stopper.
This bottle is evidence. Enchanted by this discovery and what is meant about the history of the farm, the wine making team at Chateau Coutet Saint-Emilion are now in the process of recreating this wine and its unique bottle.