In the hills of Gardegan-et-Tourtirac, the Château’s impressive architectural splendour takes us on a journey through time, commencing in 1607 with an interior courtyard and trompe-l’oeil features, and completed in 1865 with a majestic round tower. Tourtirac’s Town Hall was once located in the Château’s reception hall, before becoming part of Gardegan, the neighbouring village.
Tourtirac is much more than just a wine; it refers to a place, a history, and an imposing tower, the standard bearer of the property. In the region, there is no equivalent; its uniqueness makes it all the more sought-after. The soils are conducive to producing prestigious wines, with its proximity to Saint-Emilion and the same limestone rock. The similarities in terms of both geography and geology are reflected in the style of its wines, focusing on fruit, elegance and suppleness.
Red Bordeaux, easy to get married , favoring the expression of fresh fruit, low in tannins .
The De Lageard / De Marcillac family since 1607.
The hills of Gardegan-et-Tourtirac, on the outskirts of the Saint-Emilion appellation (just 1km).
2/3 of the vineyard planted on the plateau and 1/3 on south and west facing clay-limestone slopes. The soils are comparable to Saint-Emilion, with the same bedrock.
80% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
Awards and press reviews
2016 Vintage: Gold Medal – Concours des Grands Vins de France – Mâcon 2017
2014 Vintage: Silver Medal – Concours International de Lyon 2017
2012 Vintage: Silver Medal – Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2013
2010 Vintage: Gold Medal – Concours de Bordeaux Vins d’Aquitaine 2012
2009 Vintage: Silver Medal – Concours Mondial de Bruxelles 2011
Bronze Medal – Concours des Grands Vins de France – Mâcon 2010
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