Denis Barraud Estate

Bordeaux - Saint-Émilion Grand Cru

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Our wine range

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No matter whether it's for wines under the Bordeaux appellation or those under the Saint-Emilion name, we are equally intransigent in ensuring perfect ripeness of our grapes.

Wine range : Saint-Emilion & Bordeaux

Lynsolence, Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, is vinified from several parcels having exceptional qualities. Yields are extremely low, between 19 and 25 Hl/Ha so as to give a great wine that is both powerful and full of fruit. 100% Merlot.

Château Les Gravières is a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru made from our vines at Saint-Sulpice de Faleyrens. It's a dense and concentrated wine with yields of around 35 Hl/Ha. 100% Merlot.

Haut-Renaissance, with the appellation Saint-Emilion, is vinified from our vines in the communes of Saint-Pey d'Armens and Saint Laurent des Combes, with yields averaging 45Hl/Ha. 100% Merlot. It is a rounded, full bodied wine without coarseness.

Château de la Cour d’Argent - appellation Bordeaux Supérieur,
De Lyne - appellation Bordeaux and
Emotion - appellation Bordeaux.
These three wines are made from vines from two terroirs:
- next to the Saint-Emilion region and which were once considered part of it,
- in Génissac.
These are rounded fruity wines which are very approachable when young, but nonetheless have good aging potential. 95% Merlot.

Clairet De Lyne with the appellation Bordeaux Clairet is an expressive rosé wine, full of fruit. It's made using the saignée technique and thus benefits in part from the Saint-Emilion terroir.

Saint-Emilion LynsolenceChâteau Les GravièresChâteau de la Cour d'ArgentBordeaux Clairet De Lyne
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Denis Barraud    -    Chateau Les Gravieres    -    33330 St-Sulpice-de-Faleyrens
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