Chateau Grand Bourdieu
Since 1985, Dominique Haverlan has acquired this property, ancestral heritage of the Graves appellation. On the 20th od March 1729, Léon de Pontac bequesthes his properties, of which Chateau Grand Bourdieu. Going back in time, we can see that the Chateau had several owners, belonging to Arnaud de Saige, the Mayor of Bordeaux at the end of the 17th century. The present name appeared in the writings at the beginning of the 19th century, under the name Métayrie de Grand Bourdieu, now Chateau Grand Bourdieu.
There are 13 hectares of red grape varietiesCabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The subsoil is composed of clayey limestone, all grapes are completely de-stemmed at harvest, with 1 year of maturing in oak barrels (25% new oak).