Located in the heart of Bordeaux’s wine making Libournais region, on the right bank of the Dordogne river, the medieval town of Saint-Emilion is one of the most exclusive wine producing regions in the world, with more than 800 premium wine producers working across 5,565 hectares of vines, including 3,739 hectares of Grands Crus classified vineyards and 1,826 hectares of non-classified terroir.
Nestled in the center of Saint-Emilion, our French marketing partner “Vins & Terroirs” helps us establish exclusive and direct access to some of the most sought-after and best-value wines in the Libournais region. We invite you to explore our unique and exclusive portfolio of Premium and Grands Crus Saint-Emilion and Pomerol Grands Crus producers such as Vignobles Carles.
Our Portfolio represents the diversity and quality of the Bordeaux wine making ecosystem, across the entire spectrum of Libournais wine producers – from popular best-selling rosé such as Vignobles Burliga, Château Lalande de Taleyran to well established Bordeaux and Grands Crus producers such as Vignobles Carles. We have carefully selected family-owned producers focused on long-term sustainable winemaking.
Château Branas Grand Poujeaux
Grand Poujeaux, a new quality leader of Moulis-en-Médoc, the insider communal appellation of the Médoc. In between Château Poujeaux and Chasse-Spleen, Château Branas Grand Poujeaux is a 17 hectares estate that has become a real connoisseur hidden treasure and that produces a Grand Cru Classé - a must-have for your wine cellar.
Originally from Belgium, Mr. Justin Onclin purchased the then 6 hectares estate in 2002 when he was the General Manager of Château Prieuré Lichine, a Grand Cru Classé in the neighboring AOC Margaux and gradually invested in the vineyards and buildings. Today the estate measures 17 hectares.
Since 2012 the estate has worked together with the owner of Château Angelus, Hubert de Boüard, who considers the terroir of Branas at the Grand Poujeaux plateau among the finest of the entire Médoc. The Grand Poujeaux plateau is a small part of the Moulis-en-Médoc appellation that benefits from the same Garonne gravel sediments from the Gunz period as the best vineyards of Pauillac, Saint Julien and Margaux.