Château Le Grand Verdus, in 16th-century Mansion and Vineyards Since 1810
The Château Le Grand Verdus is present in the hilly areas of AOC Bordeaux Superieur, between Graves, Medoc, and Saint-Emilionnais, at the start of the Entre-Deux-Mers region, around 20 kilometers from Bordeaux. For four generations, Le Grix de la Salle family has been running the estate. Since 1810, they own the 16th-century Mansion and the vineyards. The family tradition of making traditional wines with dedication and passion has always been present. A proper balance between traditional methods and modern innovative techniques allow them to make the best wines. The family started developing the estate after the Second World War and turned it into a well-respected wine estate. Their wines are exported to around twenty countries in various parts of the world.
Blessed by a Unique Topography in Bordeaux
The vineyards are spread in hilly areas spread over three hectares. The soil has a lot of diversity and benefits from the optimum rainfall and sunshine in the region. The unique microclimate also makes the region perfect for the cultivation of vines. Vineyards of Grand Verdus is blessed by a unique topography in Bordeaux who is a patchwork of soils that makes their wines authentic. The main grape varietals that grow here are Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Muscadelle. The grapes are used to make their red, white, and rose wines. There is a lot of respect for the environment, and since 2019, the Grand Verdus estate has been HVE certified. There is no use of chemical additives, and wines retain their natural taste.