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LE PETIT FIGUIER

The story of my estate goes back to the 18th century. It was then owned by the family Denis de Lansac, who were rich merchants of the region. During the 19th and 20th centuries, it was bought by farmers of the family, to be passed on through generations until I bought it myself in 2009. I have been a winegrower since 1969, first in Charente-Maritime area, then I turned to technical business jobs in winegrowing. In 2009, I felt the need to go back to my winegrowing roots in Côtes de Bourg appellation.
The wine Le Petit Figuier is a blend of my old vines that captures the essence of my terroir ; my secret and flowery garden, my harvesting memories during which we used to take breaks feeding from our old fig tree and its generous fruit.

LE PETIT FIGUIER

Côtes de Bourg

Rouge

LE PETIT FIGUIER

Technical informations

Village: Lansac, Mombrier, Comps, Gauriac
Total winegrowing area: 27 hectares
Terroir:
Soil of clay-limestone in Lansac and Mombrier, soil of silt, clay and sand in Comps and Gauriac - North/South and East/West sun exposure in Lansac, North-West and South-East sun exposure in Comps and Gauriac - 42-year-old vines
Winemaking and ageing:

Mechanical harvest at the end of september. Yeasting, pumping-over twice a day, depending on the wine structure. Temperature regulation unti 24 Celsius degrees for a smooth maceration. Ageing with wooden staves (3 types of toasting) during a year, four rackings, no collage, earth filtration or on grids.

Blend:
85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, 5% Malbec
Tasting comments:

The colour is intense with purple hints. Nose of black fruit. The attack is nice on the palate with juicy fruit aromas mixed with vanilla and toasted notes. The whole is qualitative and of great poise.

Food and wine pairings:

Pulled duck confit, Beef with pepper sauce

Awards:

► Vintage 2020:
- 89 points TASTED - ANDREAS LARSSON 2022
- SILVER SAKURA 2022

CHÂTEAU MOULIN DE GAURIAC

Côtes de Bourg

Rouge

CHÂTEAU MOULIN DE GAURIAC

Technical informations

Village: Lansac, Mombrier, Comps et Gauriac
Total winegrowing area: 27 hectares
Terroir:
Soil of clay-limestone in Lansac and Mombrier, soil of silt, clay and sand in Comps and Gauriac - North/South and East/West sun exposure in Lansac, North-West and South-East sun exposure in Comps and Gauriac - 39-year-old vines
Winemaking and ageing:

Mechanical harvest at the end of september. Yeasting, pumping-over twice a day, depending on the wine structure. Temperature regulation unti 24 Celsius degrees for a smooth maceration. Ageing in stainless steel vats during 6 months after malolactic fermentation, toasted oak domino input, 4 rackings and earth filtration.

Blend:
80 % Merlot, 10-15 % Cabernet Franc, 5-10 % Malbec
Tasting comments:

An intense crimson colour. The nose evokes a powerful terroir in which the grapes grow to full maturity. The attack in the mouth is frank with pronounced tannins. The palate then opens with aromas of juicy, freshly picked strawberries. The finish brings notes of toast and butter.

Food and wine pairings:

Grilled white meats.

Awards:

► Vintage 2020:
- GOLD LONDON AWARDS 2021
- SILVER CHINA AWARDS 2021
- GOLD FEMINALISE 2021
- GOLD JAPAN AWARDS 2021
- GOLD TERRE DE VINS 2021
- GOLD VIGNERONS INDEPENDANTS 2022
- SILVER SAKURA 2022

► Vintage 2019:
- GOLD FEMINALISE 2020
- SILVER BORDEAUX 2020
- GOLD TERRE DE VINS 2020
- GOLD JAPAN AWARDS 2020
- GOLD JAPAN AWARDS 2020
- GOLD SINGAPOUR AWARDS 2020
- GOLD SINGAPOUR AWARDS 2020
- GOLD CHINA AWARDS 2020
- GOLD CHINA AWARDS 2020
- BRONZE INTERNATIONAL WINE AWARDS 2020
- BRONZE INTERNATIONAL WINE AWARDS 2020
- SILVER CWWSC 2021
- GOLD SAKURA 2021
- GOLD LONDON AWARDS 2020
- SILVER ASIA IMPORT NEWS AWARDS 2020
- GOLD ASIA WINE TROPHY 2020
- SILVER KOREA WINE CHALLENGE 2020
- GOLD AWC VIENNA 2020
- GOLD INTERNATIONAL ORGANIC AWARDS 2021
- 84 points JAMES SUCKLING 2022
- 88 points WINE ENTHUSIAST BOURG 2022

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