Château Laulerie

AOC Bergerac & Montravel

Nestled in a rolling landscape dotted with woods, bastides and vineyards, the terroirs of Château Laulerie showcase the diversity of an unspoilt nature. Its former Perigord-style farm adorned with an enclosed courtyard and a 17th century dovecote shows its noble origins. With its dry white, rosé and red wines, Château Laulerie offers the unique harmony resulting from the alliance between a contrasted but mild climate and a complex calcareous soil.

Domaine du Gouyat

AOC Bergerac & Montravel

Located on the hillsides overlooking the river Dordogne in the heart of Périgord Pourpre, the Domaine du Gouyat embodies in its wine the soul of the South West. The vineyards, situated on calcareous-clayish hillsides, our 85-ha vineyard are offered optimal conditions of moderate water constraint. A mosaic of colours, flavours and characters, the Domaine du Gouyat wines invite the luxury of a friendly and epicurean break.

Château La Croix Romane

AOC Lalande de Pomerol

Located on a fabulous gravelly mound mixing clay and sand, our 8.5-hectares vineyard yields wines both dense and delicate. Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon earned their place here, in the kingdom of Merlot. Tasting Château La Croix Romane, you are being told the story of the ancient wine-growing tradition of the right bank of the river Dordogne. Stage point on a pilgrimage’s path, Lalande de Pomerol invites us to silence our buzzing lives to further discover its wines’ secrets.

Clos Des Grands Moines

AOC Lalande de Pomerol

Protected from South-West maritime influences, the terroir of Lalande de Pomerol benefits from a hot and sunny microclimate. The « Grands Moines » sector is situated on a gravelly mound, 2 km from the famous plateau of Pomerol. Clos des Grands Moines, composed of Merlot (80%), Cabernet Franc (10%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (10%), offers a subtle fresh fruit and menthol nose. The palate unveils tannins both dense and delicate.


Château Dubard Bel-Air

AOC Puisseguin Saint-Emilion

The labels of Château Bel Air show Puisseguin’s medallion and motto « Surgam et Ibo », « I will stand up and go », announcing proudly the personnality of this terroir.

Crémant Dubard

Crémant Dubard comes from raisins and harvested by hand. The production carefully follows the principles of the traditional method. The drawing, aging on slats (min 10 months), manual riddling and final bottling are carried out in limestone cellars dug in the basement of the Bordeaux region at the beginning of the Middle Ages.

Les Inattendus

Wines to discover

Our undulating hills and our contrasted climate invite us to test the potential of our terroir to express our inspiration. The result : limited edition cuvées bringing our wine and graphic creativity to life which will surprise and delight you.


Château Vieux Barrail

AOC Puisseguin Saint-Emilion

The name « Puisseguin » comes from the Occitan word « Puy » which means « Mount » and from Seguin, Charlemagne’s lieutenant who settled in the village in the IXth century. The Barrail originally refers to a land enclosed by hedges, it is also a sector of the village of Puisseguin where we produce Château Vieux Barrail, a blend of 90% Merlot and 10% Cabernet franc which embody a lot of character and delicacy.


The grape varieties

IGP Périgord

Original wines for the region, with a strong personality, for lovers of these emblematic grape varieties

Pech de Neyrat


Notes of blackcurrant and undergrowth with a smooth, full-bodied attack, vanilla and spicy fragrances over the length

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