Producer Profiles

Futures 2015: Appellation Saint Julien

Saint Julien Chateau Branaire Ducru

Spanning only 910 hectares, Saint Julien is the smallest appellation in the Medoc. The small appellation benefits from high-quality gravel and marl soils. Saint Julien is prized for producing some of the most age worthy reds of the Medoc. They are also notable for producing reds of balance and finesse, both powerful and subtle at once. The appellation is home ... Read More »

Futures 2015: Appellation Saint Estephe

Saint Estephe Chateau Haut Marbuzet

Saint Estephe is home to five cru classes and also produces a large number of non-classified wines of excellent quality in its 1,230 hectares. Cabernet sauvignon and merlot grow in an array of limestone, gravel and marl soils. Saint Estephe has a tapestry of soils resulting in a harmonious full-bodied wine that balances intensity and depth with structure and elegance. ... Read More »

Domaine Dujac

Domaine Dujac Family

History Domaine Dujac has vineyards in Clos de la Roche, Clos St. Denis to vineyards in Charmes-Chambertin and Bonnes Mares, with each wine Jacques is able to maximize the expression of the unique terroir. Since 1987, the vineyards have been organically farmed and are slowly transitioning to biodynamic farming. Jacques’ desire is to protect the terroir and improve quality. This ... Read More »

No announcement available or all announcement expired.