Château La Grange d’Orléan

I was born in Blaye and my love for this region has remained constant ever since! I decided to set up my own business in 1985, and I started by purchasing 5 hectares of vineyard from the Bourcier family who are very well-known in the region. I work together with my husband, who was initially a boiler-maker. It was thanks to his invaluable help that I now own 12 hectares divided between Eyrans and Saint-Androny.

The name La Grange d'Orléan comes from a plot of the same name at Eyrans; it is several generations old and still has some Malbec vines which are over 92 years old.
Château La Grange D’Orlean

Château La Grange D’Orlean

Blaye Côtes de Bordeaux rouge

Technical informations

Location : Eyrans / St Androny
Vineyard surface : 12 hectares
Soils : Clay-limestone
Blend of grape variety : 75 % Merlot ,15 % Cabernet and 10 % Malbec
Wine-making process :

Cold maceration prior to fermentation depending on the year. Alcoholic fermentation at a maximum temperature of 25°C. Aged in concrete and stainless steel vats.

Tasting comments :

A deep purple in colour. The nose has great depth and is marked with aromas of ripe blackcurrant. The well-balanced palate is a subtle combination of silky tannins and delicate fruit. The finish lingers with notes of wild bilberries. An original wine with character.

Wine pairings :

Grilled lamb

Awards :

o Vintage 2014: Gold medal Concours International de Lyon 2015, Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2015, Double Gold medal Sakura Awards 2016, Note Decanter 87/100, 1 star Guide Hachette 2017
o Vintage 2015: Double Gold medal Sakura Awards 2017, Gold medal Concours International de Lyon 2017, Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2017

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