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Exploration and scouting is key to wine selection. It needs going out of the beaten path, as Entre-deux-Mars is out of it. During a visit in Bordeaux, in 2017, I drank at a restaurant a 2005 Grande Réserve rouge; the wines was excellent, as good as a grand cru. I therefore thought: I need to meet them and know them. Today, they are at the head of Bordeaux´s dry white wine revival, their reds can compete with the best Bordeaux´s reds and they also issue some rare finds such such 100% Syrah, 100% Cabernet Franc and 100% Sémillon. Their wines are now in the best French restaurants, such as Mirazur or Coutanceau.

Soils: very varied, steep slopes, brown clays and the famous blue clays, Calcaire base

Cultivated grape sorts: 58% Merlot, 14% Cab-Franc, 12% Cab-Sauvignon, 8% Sauvignon Blanc, 5% Sémillon, 2% Chenin-Blanc, 1.5% Syrah... and many other projects of ancient pre-phylloxera grape varieties...

Hectares: 115 ha

Annual production: 850 000 bottles

Finding the wines of Le Grand Verdus...

Mirazur, Menton

Christopher Coutanceau, La Rochelle

Restaurant Schwarzer Adler, Hall in Tirol

Restaurant Duchardt, Wien

Hotel Sofitel Legend Metropole, Hanoi

Hotel Intercontinental, Danang

Chill, Saigon

Garopapilles, Bordeaux

L'Oiseau Bleu, Bordeaux

Billa Corso Hoher Markt, Wien

Château Le Grand Verdus 

Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers

Some of his wines.

Wines creating a new perspective in Bordeaux

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