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GIRONDE ET GASCOGNE

Exclusive sale of the wines from its two châteaux : Château Ramage la Batisse, AOC Haut Médoc Cru Bourgeois, regularly quoted as one of the finest of the appellation ; Château de Belcier, AOC Côtes Castillon, near Saint-Emilion. Our wines are regularly awarded medals and prizes in the revelant guides.

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B de BELCIER vintage : 2005,2008,2009,2010,2011

Presentation B de Belcier is the Château de Belcier’s second wine, the Château de Belcier being recognised as one of the appellation’s gems. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux wines offer a beautiful dark ruby colour, aromas of red fruit and underlying prune, leather or undergrowth and are well rounded and fleshy on the palate, subtly tannic and well balanced. B de Belcier displays the perfect balance between the best Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard benefit from extremely good exposure and lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is partly aged in barrels. The wines thus obtained always offer nice fruit and are well rounded, fleshy, pleasant and well balanced on the palate. Because of this, the B de Belcier wins medals on a regular basis. Total area : 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with vines in production. Grape varieties : 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec.

Tags: B de Belcier - AOC Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux

 

BORDEAUX 2003

Presentation The Château de Belcier strikes the perfect balance between the finest Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. Its terroir boasts established traditions and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines. The Château was built at the end of the 18th century and for many years belonged to an old Bordeaux family related to the Montaigne family. It was partly rebuilt by François de Belcier, a counter-revolutionary who was guillotined in 1794. The Château de Belcier is classical in style with triangular pediments. It was built in the 1780’s and overlooks the rolling landscape of Les Salles de Castillon where woodlands alternate with vines. The property currently belongs to the MACIF – a mutual insurance company – and has recovered its former magnificence. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is aged in oak barrels. The Château de Belcier produces second wines - the Château de Monrecueil, B de Belcier and the Armoiries de Belcier – as well as a Bordeaux Supérieur, a rosé – the Fleurs de Belcier – and a Special Reserve - the Pin de Belcier. Belcier wines win medals and awards and are mentioned in the best wines guides on a regular basis Total area: 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with vines in production Grape varieties: 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec

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BORDEAUX 2008

Presentation The Château de Monrecueil is the Château de Belcier’s second wine, the Château de Belcier being recognised as one of the appellation’s gems. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux wines offer a beautiful dark ruby colour, aromas of red fruit and underlying prune, leather or undergrowth and are well rounded and fleshy on the palate, subtly tannic and well balanced. The Château de Monrecueil displays the perfect balance between the best Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard benefit from extremely good exposure and lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is partly aged in barrels. The wines thus obtained always offer nice fruit and are well rounded, fleshy, pleasant and well balanced on the palate. Because of this, the Château de Monrecueil wins medals on a regular basis Total area : 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with wines in production. Grape varieties : 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc,5% Malbec

Tags: Château de Monrecueil 2008

 

BORDEAUX SUPERIEUR vintage 2011

Presentation The Château de Monrecueil is a Bordeaux Supérieur that is produced at the Château de Belcier, which is recognised as one of the best AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux. There is a firm emphasis on fruit here. The wine is not aged in barrels and is immensely palatable, fleshy and well balanced, with an elegant label. It wins medals and awards and is mentioned in specialised press on a regular basis. Total area : 4,5 hectares Grape varities : 100% Merlot

Tags: Château de Monrecueil - AOC Bordeaux Supérieur

 

BORDEAUX SUPERIEUR 2012

Presentation The Château de Monrecueil is a Bordeaux Supérieur that is produced at the Château de Belcier, which is recognised as one of the best AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux. There is a firm emphasis on fruit here. The wine is not aged in barrels and is immensely palatable, fleshy and well balanced, with an elegant label. It wins medals and awards and is mentioned in specialised press on a regular basis. Total area : 4,5 hectares Grape varities : 100% Merlot

Tags: Château de Monrecueil - AOC Bordeaux Supérieur 2012

 

CHATEAU DE BELCIER vintage : 2003,2004,2006,2008,2009,2010,2011

Presentation The Château de Belcier strikes the perfect balance between the finest Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. Its terroir boasts established traditions and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines. The Château was built at the end of the 18th century and for many years belonged to an old Bordeaux family related to the Montaigne family. It was partly rebuilt by François de Belcier, a counter-revolutionary who was guillotined in 1794. The Château de Belcier is classical in style with triangular pediments. It was built in the 1780’s and overlooks the rolling landscape of Les Salles de Castillon where woodlands alternate with vines. The property currently belongs to the MACIF – a mutual insurance company – and has recovered its former magnificence. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is aged in oak barrels. The Château de Belcier produces second wines - the Château de Monrecueil, B de Belcier and the Armoiries de Belcier – as well as a Bordeaux Supérieur, a rosé – the Fleurs de Belcier – and a Special Reserve - the Pin de Belcier. Belcier wines win medals and awards and are mentioned in the best wines guides on a regular basis. Total : area : 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with vines in production. Grape varieties : 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec.

Tags: Château de Belcier - AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux

 

CHATEAU DE MONRECUEIL vintage : 2005,2008,2009,2010,2011

Presentation The Château de Monrecueil is the Château de Belcier’s second wine, the Château de Belcier being recognised as one of the appellation’s gems. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux wines offer a beautiful dark ruby colour, aromas of red fruit and underlying prune, leather or undergrowth and are well rounded and fleshy on the palate, subtly tannic and well balanced. The Château de Monrecueil displays the perfect balance between the best Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard benefit from extremely good exposure and lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is partly aged in barrels. The wines thus obtained always offer nice fruit and are well rounded, fleshy, pleasant and well balanced on the palate. Because of this, the Château de Monrecueil wins medals on a regular basis Total area : 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with wines in production. Grape varieties : 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc,5% Malbec

Tags: Château de Monrecueil - AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux

 

CHATEAU RAMAGE LA BATISSE vintage 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Presentation The property is located in Saint-Sauveur near Pauillac and its famous Crus Classés. It used to encompass plots from the former estates of Ramage, La Bâtisse and Tourteran that now all adjoin into a single estate. An 18th century Manor House stands in the centre of the property. The MACIF – a mutual insurance company – has owned the property since 1986. It has invested heavily in improving and maintaining the vineyard and cellars in line with Bordeaux traditions and in order to consistently produce high-quality wines. The Wines The property’s motto is “Rigour and Quality”. The vines are pruned short and thinned prior to harvesting to ensure optimal maturity. Harvesting is both manual and mechanical and the grapeharvest is sorted in the cellar. The vinification is traditional and each vat is both thermoregulated and monitored individually. The on-skin fermentation at 28°C then lasts 12 to 21 days. 30% of the harvest undergoes malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels, hence granting the wines such finesse and softness. The property also produces second wines - L'Enclos de Ramage, R de Ramage and the Château Tourteran - as well as a delicious rosé - La Rosée de Ramage. Each year, Château Ramage la Bâtisse wines win many medals, awards and mentions in the most renowned competitions and specialised press in France and worldwide. Total aera : 85 hectares of which 57 hectares witch vines in production. Grape varieties : 51 Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot, 3% Cabernet Franc, 3% Petit-Verdot

Tags: Château Ramage la Batisse - AOC Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois

 

CHATEAU TOURTERAN vintage : 2009, 2010, 2011

Presentation Château Tourteran is located in Saint- Sauveur near Pauillac and its famous Crus Classés. It used to encompass plots from the former estates of Ramage, La Bâtisse and Tourteran that now all adjoin into a single estate. An 18th century Manor House stands in the centre of the property. The MACIF – a mutual insurance company – has owned the property since 1986. It has invested heavily in improving and maintaining the vineyard and cellars in line with Bordeaux traditions and in order to consistently produce high-quality wines. The Wines The property’s motto is “Rigour and Quality”. The vines are pruned short and thinned prior to harvesting to ensure optimal maturity. Harvesting is mechanical and the grape-harvest is sorted in the cellar. The vinification is traditional and each vat is both thermo-regulated and monitored individually. The on-skin fermentation at 28°C then lasts 12 to 21 days. Each year, Château Tourteran wines win many medals, awards and mentions in the most renowned competitions and specialised press in France and worldwide. Total area : 12,71 hectares Grapes varities : 47% Cabernet Sauvignon, 53% Merlot

Tags: Château Tourteran - AOC Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois

 

FLEURS DE BELCIER vintage 2014

Presentation The Fleurs de Belcier is the rosé produced by Château de Belcier - AOC Côtes de Castillon. It is a Bordeaux rosé whith a distinctive pale colour and a delicately fruity nose. It is round, crisp and refreshing on the palate. A sheer delight! It has already been awarded mentions in specialised journals and guides. Total area : 4 hectares Grape varieties : Cabernet Franc, Malbec, Merlot

Tags: Fleurs de Belcier AOC Bordeaux Rosé

 

LA ROSEE DE RAMAGE 2014

Presentation The Rosée de Ramage is the rosé produced by Château Ramage la Batisse - AOC Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois. It is a powerful, aromatic, fresh and well-balanced rosé that boasts all the finesse and elegance of this amazing land. It can be savoured with any meal, all year round. It has been awarded many prizes and medals and is often mentioned in specialised journals and guides. Total area: 3.52 hectares Grape varieties: Cabernet-Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot. Average age of the vines: 37 years Soils: sandy and gravely Harvesting: mechanical Process and ageing: 100% by bleeding, cold settling, low temperature fermentation in order to enhance aromas, stirring of the lees to provide smoothness

Tags: La Rosée de Ramage

 

LE PIN DE BELCIER vintage : 2001, 2002, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Presentation The Pin de Belcier is the Château de Belcier’s Special Reserve and is vinified as would be a great Saint Emilion Cru Classé. It wins prestigious awards and medals and is mentioned in the best guides on a regular basis. Total area : 2 hectares Grape varieties : 80% Merlot, 20% cabernet-franc

Tags: Le Pin de Belcier AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux

 

L'ENCLOS DE RAMAGE vintage 2008, 2009, 2010

Presentation L'Enclos de Ramage is Château Ramage La Batisse’s second wine. The property is located in Saint-Sauveur near Pauillac and its famous Crus Classés. It used to encompass plots from the former estates of Ramage, La Bâtisse and Tourteran that now all adjoin into a single estate. An 18th century Manor House stands in the centre of the property. The MACIF – a mutual insurance company – has owned the property since 1986. It has invested heavily in improving and maintaining the vineyard and cellars in line with Bordeaux traditions and in order to consistently produce high-quality wines. The Wines The property’s motto is “Rigour and Quality”. The vines are pruned short and thinned prior to harvesting to ensure optimal maturity. Harvesting is both manual and mechanical and the grape-harvest is sorted in the cellar. The vinification is traditional and each vat is both thermo-regulated and monitored individually. The on-skin fermentation at 28°C then lasts 12 to 21 days. Where the land’s characteristics are truly present in this wine, it can be enjoyed younger than the Château Ramage la Batisse, less patience is required before drinking this wine. Total aera : 85 hectares of which 57 hectares with vines in production. Grape varieties : 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot, 3% Cabernet-Franc, 3% Petit-Verdot

Tags: L' Enclos de Ramage - AOC Haut-Médoc

 

LES ARMOIRIES DE BELCIER vintage : 2005, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011

Presentation The Armoiries de Belcier is the Château de Belcier’s second wine, the Château de Belcier being recognised as one of the appellation’s gems. The Côtes de Castillon is thus one of the oldest wine making areas for Bordeaux wines and is adjacent to Saint Emilion. Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux wines offer a beautiful dark ruby colour, aromas of red fruit and underlying prune, leather or undergrowth and are well rounded and fleshy on the palate, subtly tannic and well balanced. The Armoiries de Belcier displays the perfect balance between the best Merlot and Cabernet grape varieties. The Wines The 52 hectares of vineyard benefit from extremely good exposure and lie on clay and limestone and clay and silt soil. A majority of that land grows Merlot - the preferred Saint Emilion grape variety – and the rest of the land grows a lesser proportion of Cabernet and Malbec. The fermentation takes 12 days, with maceration at 28°C for 10 to 12 days according to the vintage. The wine is partly aged in barrels. The wines thus obtained always offer nice fruit and are well rounded, fleshy, pleasant and well balanced on the palate. Because of this, the Armoiries de Belcier wins medals on a regular basis. Total : area : 67 hectares of which 52 hectares with vines production. Grape varieties : 69% Merlot, 26% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec.

Tags: Les Armoiries de Belcier - AOC Castillon - Côtes de Bordeaux

 

R DE RAMAGE vintage : 2008, 2009, 2010

Presentation R de Ramage is Château Ramage La Batisse’s second wine. The property is located in Saint-Sauveur near Pauillac and its famous Crus Classés. It used to encompass plots from the former estates of Ramage, La Bâtisse and Tourteran that now all adjoin into a single estate. An 18th century Manor House stands in the centre of the property. The MACIF – a mutual insurance company – has owned the property since 1986. It has invested heavily in improving and maintaining the vineyard and cellars in line with Bordeaux traditions and in order to consistently produce high-quality wines. Château Ramage La Batisse - 33250 Saint Sauveur - France Telephone: +33/(0)5 57 56 40 40 - Fax: +33/(0)5 57 40 64 25 E-mail: gironde-et-gascogne@wanadoo.fr - Website: www.gironde-et-gascogne.com The Wines The property’s motto is “Rigour and Quality”. The vines are pruned short and thinned prior to harvesting to ensure optimal maturity. Harvesting is both manual and mechanical and the grape-harvest is sorted in the cellar. The vinification is traditional and each vat is both thermo-regulated and monitored individually. The on-skin fermentation at 28°C then lasts 12 to 21 days. Where the land’s characteristics are truly present in this wine, it can be enjoyed younger than the Château Ramage la Batisse, less patience is required before drinking this wine. Total area : 85 hectares of which 57 hectares with vines in production. Grape varieties : 51% Cabernet Sauvignon, 43% Merlot, 3% Cabernet-Franc, 3% Petit-Verdot

Tags: R de Ramage AOC Haut-Médoc

 

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