Alongside Château La Fleur de Boüard, the first wine and the spearhead of the estate, is Le Plus which, produced in small quantities, is the quintessence of the terroir and is made from the oldest vines. Le Lion, made from younger vines, is a pleasure-giving wine that makes the fruit sing.
Then comes the collection of single-varietal wines from elsewhere, as desired by Hubert de Boüard, who is strongly inspired by Burgundian wines and practices.
To finish, two blended wines with Bordeaux roots. Château Tour du Pas Saint Georges, from the rare and precious Saint-Georges-Saint-Émilion appellation; and finally Château du Rosaire, a well-balanced wine of the region based on Merlot, the king of grape varieties.
Château La Fleur de Boüard is coming into its own, and is now the pillar of the Lalande-de-Pomerol appellation.
A long ageing period of 33 months in barrel, including 18 months on fine lees, gives this wine finesse and smoothness.
With perfect balance and freshness.
Reminiscent of the remarkable wines of the Côtes du Rhône, the Syrah blossoms and releases its sunny, generous aromas. The vines are worked with great care, with an initial selection in the vineyard and hand picking.
Inspired by the elegant wines of Burgundy, Hubert de Boüard decided to plant Pinot Noir in the Bordeaux region.
The Sauvignon follows a similar technical procedure to the Chardonnay: a work of consistency and precision with notes of vine peaches, crunchy pears and fine touches of ripe lemon.
Château du Rosaire is composed of a blend of Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.