Our Wines

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
White 2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard in 1984 and ongoing care has been has been the passion of Brigitte, Stéphane and Charles Savigneux.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. White wine is produced on 1.5 hectares of the vineyard.

 

Grapes
65% Sauvignon and 35% Semillon.

 

Vinification  and aging
Grapes are harvesting and sorted by hand, fermented and matured in oak barrels. 

 

Cellaring
4 to 5 years

 

Drinking Temperature
7 -8 °

 

Accompaniment
Fish and oyster.
A very good aperitif wine.

 

Tasting
The first dry white wine harvested from Château d’Eyran. Golden yellow in colour, with a complex nose of peach, pear, pineapple and a touch of acacia. The palate is creamy, smooth, long and balanced.

 

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Château D’Eyran Rosé
Bordeaux
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
After harvesting and sorting grapes by hand, this rosé is vinified in a traditional way using the saignée method. 

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone.

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Verdot. 

 

Cellaring
3 years

 

Drinking Temperature
12°C

 

Accompaniment
Charcuterie, grilled meat, vegetable terrines. A very good aperitif wine.

 

Tasting
Vibrant fruit, well balance balanced with aromatic intensity and tasty freshness. 

 

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

 

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2014

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
Black and intense, with complex blackcurrant, blackberry, chocolate, coffee and spice aromas, it combines power and finesse, length in the mouth and silky tannins, as well as intense black fruit aromas.

Drinking Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Reviews
Guide Hachette des vins 2018 : « Ample, frais et doté d’un bon équilibre, ce vin aux tanins fondus devrait rapidement s’assouplir, permettant d’apprécier son joli bouquet prune-cerise aux notes toastées. »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2016, Or, 87/100 : « Robe soutenue. Nez grille torréfié sur fond de fruits confiturés (prune, framboise). Bouche équilibrée présentant un bon alliage entre bois et fruits. Un bon millésime qui ne tardera pas à trouver sa vitesse de croisière. »
Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2017, 15/20
Guide Dussert-Gerber 2018

 

Awards
Silver Medal at  Concours de Bruxelles 2016

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2015

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
It has a beautiful black-garnet colour and a complex nose with touches of smoke and spices. It has a balanced lingering palate, powerful smooth and velvety.

Drinking Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Reviews
Guide Dussert-Gerber 2019 : « Couleur intense, racé, aux tanins riches, et connotations de cassis, de mûre et de poivre.Il est tout en élégance et velouté, d’excellente garde. »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2018 : Or 88/100 :Robe soutenue, reflets grenat. Nez boisé grillé fin sur fond de fruits rouges et noirs mûrs. Un pessac tendre, savoureux, doté de parures fruitées et boisées délicates. Du jus, de la chair,
de l’allonge et des tanins affinés. Des qualités d’équilibre.

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Mâcon 2017.

 

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Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
Displays a deep and dense, powerful and long in the mouth, it is bright and tasty.

 

Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Macon 2018

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Haut-L’Artigue
Pessac-Léognan
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand, and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). The Château Haut-L’Artigue is the second best wine produced by Château d’Eyran.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Elevage
12 months

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon 50% Merlot

 

Cellaring
3 to 6 years

 

Drinking Temperature
17-18°C

 

Tasting
A fruity, rich, full bodied and balanced wine. The palate is supple, round and pleasant, supported by very soft tannins.

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats or meats in sauce, fish and soft cheese.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Bastian Reserve
Bordeaux
2015

 

History
Formerly a 14th century farmhouse of the Rivet Abbey, Château Bastian is a 35 hectare estate on the left bank of the Garonne River near Auros.  Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux have been owners of the Chateau since 1988 and now manage the vineyard, winemaking and marketing. Their son Charles recently joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
Sustainable viticultural practices,  hand harvesting, and traditional temperature controlled fermentation with frequent pump overs.

The wine is matured in oak barrels for 6 months

 

Vineyard
10 hectares bordering hillsides.

 

Grapes
50% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.

 

Cellaring
8 years

 

Tasting
Elegantly coloured, well-structured wine with soft tannins.

 

Accompaniment
Grilled meats with or without sauces, vegetable terrines, fruit pies or chocolate cakes.

Drinks well as an aperitif or a table wine.

 

Reviews
Guide Dusser-Gerber 2017, 5 cœurs : « robe grenat, où dominent la griotte et les épices, alliant charpente et souplesse »
Guide Huber, 5 cœurs : « robe grenat, où dominent la griotte et les épices, alliant charpente et souplesse »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard, Sélection Or, 84/100: « Robe grenat soutenu. Nez boisé vanillé exotique sur fond de cassis et framboise. Bouche souple, qui tire profit de l’équilibre bois-fruit. Les tanins sont agréablement polis. Un style moderne qui ravira amateurs de vins boisés.»

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Bordeaux 2017
Silver medal at Concours des vins Elle à table 2017
Bronze medal at Concours Agricole de Paris 2017
Bronze medal at Concours des Vignerons Indépendants 2017

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Bastian
Bordeaux
2016

 

History
Formerly a 14th century farmhouse of the Rivet Abbey, Château Bastian is a 35 hectare estate on the left bank of the Garonne River near Auros.  Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux have been owners of the Chateau since 1988 and now manage the vineyard, winemaking and marketing. Their son Charles recently joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
Sustainable viticultural practices, hand harvesting, and traditional temperature controlled fermentation with frequent pump overs.

 

Vineyard
10 hectares bordering the plateau.

 

Grapes
50% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

 

Cellaring
8 years

 

Tasting
Elegant bright and pure ruby colour. Generous plate, displaying fruity notes, well balanced tannins and a subtle spicy finish.

 

Accompaniment
Grilled meats with or without sauces.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Sa Vie
Bordeaux
2016

 

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Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
White 2016


History

Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century.
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard in 1984 and ongoing care has been has been the passion of Brigitte, Stéphane and Charles Savigneux.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. White wine is produced on 1.5 hectares of the vineyard.

 

Grapes
65% Sauvignon and 35% Semillon.

 

Vinification  and aging
Grapes are harvesting and sorted by hand, fermented and matured in oak barrels.

 

Cellaring
4 to 5 years

 

Drinking Temperature
7 -8 °

 

Accompaniment
Fish and oyster.
A very good aperitif wine.

 

Tasting
The first dry white wine harvested from Château d’Eyran. Golden yellow in colour, with a complex nose of peach, pear, pineapple and a touch of acacia. The palate is creamy, smooth, long and balanced.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château D’Eyran Rosé
Bordeaux
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
After harvesting and sorting grapes by hand, this rosé is vinified in a traditional way using the saignée method. 

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone.

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Verdot. 

 

Cellaring
3 years

 

Drinking Temperature
12°C

 

Accompaniment
Charcuterie, grilled meat, vegetable terrines. A very good aperitif wine.

 

Tasting
Vibrant fruit, well balance balanced with aromatic intensity and tasty freshness. 

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

 

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2014

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century.
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone.

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
Black and intense, with complex blackcurrant, blackberry, chocolate, coffee and spice aromas, it combines power and finesse, length in the mouth and silky tannins, as well as intense black fruit aromas.

Drinking Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Reviews
Guide Hachette des vins 2018 : « Ample, frais et doté d’un bon équilibre, ce vin aux tanins fondus devrait rapidement s’assouplir, permettant d’apprécier son joli bouquet prune-cerise aux notes toastées. »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2016, Or, 87/100 : « Robe soutenue. Nez grille torréfié sur fond de fruits confiturés (prune, framboise). Bouche équilibrée présentant un bon alliage entre bois et fruits. Un bon millésime qui ne tardera pas à trouver sa vitesse de croisière. »
Guide Bettane et Desseauve 2017, 15/20
Guide Dussert-Gerber 2018

 

Awards
Silver Medal at  Concours de Bruxelles 2016

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2015

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
It has a beautiful black-garnet colour and a complex nose with touches of smoke and spices. It has a balanced lingering palate, powerful smooth and velvety.

Drinking Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Reviews
Guide Dussert-Gerber 2019 : « Couleur intense, racé, aux tanins riches, et connotations de cassis, de mûre et de poivre.Il est tout en élégance et velouté, d’excellente garde. »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard 2018 : Or 88/100 :Robe soutenue, reflets grenat. Nez boisé grillé fin sur fond de fruits rouges et noirs mûrs. Un pessac tendre, savoureux, doté de parures fruitées et boisées délicates. Du jus, de la chair,
de l’allonge et des tanins affinés. Des qualités d’équilibre.

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Mâcon 2017.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château d’Eyran
Pessac-Léognan
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). Château d’Eyran spends 12 months in oak barrels.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon, 45% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.

 

Cellaring
5 to 10 years

 

Tasting
Displays a deep and dense, powerful and long in the mouth, it is bright and tasty.

 

Temperature
17-18°

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats with and without sauces, fish, and cheese.

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Macon 2018

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Haut-L’Artigue
Pessac-Léognan
2016

 

History
Located on the gravelly ridges of Saint Médard d’Eyrans, near Bordeaux, the Eyran Castle dates back to the 14th century. 
In 1796, it became the property of the Seze family who still own it today. The restoration of the vineyard has been conducted since 1984 by Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux and their son Charles, who joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
The grapes are harvested by hand, and fermented using traditional methods, (extended skin contact, temperature controlled and regular pump-overs). The Château Haut-L’Artigue is the second best wine produced by Château d’Eyran.

 

Soils – Geology
The soil in the 25 hectare vineyard comprises a sandy gravel and gravel layer on top of clay and limestone. 

 

Elevage
12 months

 

Grapes
50% Cabernet Sauvignon 50% Merlot

 

Cellaring
3 to 6 years

 

Drinking Temperature
17-18°C

 

Tasting
A fruity, rich, full bodied and balanced wine. The palate is supple, round and pleasant, supported by very soft tannins.

 

Accompaniment
Traditional dishes, grilled meats or meats in sauce, fish and soft cheese.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Bastian Reserve
Bordeaux
2015

 

History
Formerly a 14th century farmhouse of the Rivet Abbey, Château Bastian is a 35 hectare estate on the left bank of the Garonne River near Auros.  Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux have been owners of the Chateau since 1988 and now manage the vineyard, winemaking and marketing. Their son Charles recently joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
Sustainable viticultural practices,  hand harvesting, and traditional temperature controlled fermentation with frequent pump overs.

The wine is matured in oak barrels for 6 months

 

Vineyard
10 hectares bordering hillsides.

 

Grapes
50% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon.

 

Cellaring
8 years

 

Tasting
Elegantly coloured, well-structured wine with soft tannins.

 

Accompaniment
Grilled meats with or without sauces, vegetable terrines, fruit pies or chocolate cakes.

Drinks well as an aperitif or a table wine.

 

Reviews
Guide Dusser-Gerber 2017, 5 cœurs : « robe grenat, où dominent la griotte et les épices, alliant charpente et souplesse »
Guide Huber, 5 cœurs : « robe grenat, où dominent la griotte et les épices, alliant charpente et souplesse »
Guide Gilbert & Gaillard, Sélection Or, 84/100: « Robe grenat soutenu. Nez boisé vanillé exotique sur fond de cassis et framboise. Bouche souple, qui tire profit de l’équilibre bois-fruit. Les tanins sont agréablement polis. Un style moderne qui ravira amateurs de vins boisés.»

 

Awards
Gold medal at Concours de Bordeaux 2017
Silver medal at Concours des vins Elle à table 2017
Bronze medal at Concours Agricole de Paris 2017
Bronze medal at Concours des Vignerons Indépendants 2017

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Château Bastian
Bordeaux
2016

 

History
Formerly a 14th century farmhouse of the Rivet Abbey, Château Bastian is a 35 hectare estate on the left bank of the Garonne River near Auros.  Brigitte and Stéphane Savigneux have been owners of the Chateau since 1988 and now manage the vineyard, winemaking and marketing. Their son Charles recently joined them in 2015.

 

Vinification
Sustainable viticultural practices, hand harvesting, and traditional temperature controlled fermentation with frequent pump overs.

 

Vineyard
10 hectares bordering the plateau.

 

Grapes
50% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon

 

Cellaring
8 years

 

Tasting
Elegant bright and pure ruby colour. Generous plate, displaying fruity notes, well balanced tannins and a subtle spicy finish.

 

Accompaniment
Grilled meats with or without sauces.

 

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

Sa Vie
Bordeaux
2016

 

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