A 25 km south of Bordeaux, a few minutes from a charming village, and near a train station.

Cérons area, which has a specific name on a well defined geographical area of ??three municipalities.

The property occupies the crest and slopes south and south-west of a hill, is located a few kilometers as the crow flies great wines of Sauternes.

The property

The house is situated in a hamlet surrounded by vineyards.

The 20ha vineyard, one piece, lies on gentle slopes, around the house, cellars and a shed material.

This geographical position on the heights to protect the vines against late frosts.

The soil is one of the best in the region.


Gironde stone house consists of a ground floor and a floor of about 250m2 habitable.

On the ground floor, a large living room with pine floors gemmed, a kitchen, an office, a bedroom, a bathroom and a room to convert.

1st floor: a corridor with three bedrooms bathroom, bénéficiants a remarkable view over the vineyards and woods.

The house offers opportunities for expansion.

The cellars

A barrel cellar, attached to the house in perfect condition with tasting room with an area of ??approximately 100m2.

A wine bottle, attached to the house on the left, old stables with loft.

The winery

An old building with a courtyard / yard, located next wing of the house, contenat two presses, 20 stainless steel tanks, vats 8 very old cement with epoxy coating, 5 steel tanks with epoxy coating and 2 underground tanks (receipt of harvest) for a total storage capacity of 2780 hectoliters.

An equipment shed is located away tractor, égoutteuse, various tools.

The Vineyard

Appellation: AOC Graves and Graves higher

The vineyard consists of 15 hectares of 5ha Red and White.

The estate produces wines regularly medalists.

Grape varieties:

For red wines: Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Petit Verdot.

For white wines: Sauvignon and Semillon.

The soil: Limestone with a dominant sandy-gritty and beautiful serious plateau. Soil fertilization is achieved exclusively through compost.

Planting density: 5,000 vines per hectare.

Production: In 2010:

Graves Rouge:           441 hectoliters;

Graves Blanc:            196 hectoliters;

Bordeaux Rosé:           68 hectoliters.

Harvesting: done manually and so mechanized

Culture: The culture method is respectful of tradition and the environment.

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