In 2002, Maison Sichel bought a property in Saint-André-du-Bois 60 km south of Bordeaux and renamed it Château Argadens in reference to the noble family which founded the estate in the thirteenth century. Château Argadens produces one white and one red wine. The very first vintage of Château d’Argadens won a medal in the Concours des Grands Vins de France in Mâcon.
Château d’Orignac, a family home, has been producing grapes for at least 800 years. Today, Hervé Meyer, with the help of his son Yvan, a winemaker in Bordeaux, carries on the work of his predecessors with energy and enthusiasm to ensure that the products of Château d’Orignac remain the jewels of our terroir.
From 1766, Château Guiraud juggled between non-conformism with claimed cultural and political ruptures and reinvention, always in search of prestige. Founders of the modern Château, the “Guiraud” merchant family built the mystery of Château Guiraud. Château Guiraud is a pioneer in many areas and uses 100% natural environmental practices and our commitment to the preservation of biodiversity.
The nature of Château Palmer. In the heart of the Margaux appellation, 66 hectares of gravelly soil and grassy rows overlooking the Gironde estuary. Between this earth rich in ancient history, and these heavenly skies with their nurturing microclimate, vines flourish under the care of men and women. One terroir, three grape varieties: such is the horizon of Château Palmer.
Having been in the Massonie family for three generations, Perron is now the responsibility of Bertrand Massonie, whose drive, passion, technical skill and respect for the property’s exceptional terroir have contributed massively to its recent renaissance. One of the top wines in the appellation and a rising star of the Right Bank.
Skilfully managed by Arnaud de Butler, Château de Trébiac lies on a gravel plateau at Portets, 35 km south of Bordeaux. Over the past five years, both the estate’s vines and winery have been completely rehabilitated.
Creativity and inspiration often go without words. They are expressed with shapes, colours, materials, sensitivities, tastes and sounds. Here they take the form of the Rose, the universal symbol of Love. A true work of art, the Cote des Roses bottle conveys French elegance. It is a blossoming of fruity and complex flavours, a fresh nose in a remarkable bottle, an unforgettable experience. Cote des Roses, wines made in France, under the southern sun, with love.
Château de Pellehaut has a long and edifying story to tell – that of the Béraut family, who have lived at Montréal-du-Gers for four centuries. Situated on the slopes surrounding Château de Pellehaut, at an elevation of over 180m, the vineyard is set in an ideal terroir with maximum exposure to the sun.
The Gérard Bertrand group is the spearhead of a viticulture committed to a better future led by its founder, the eponymous winegrower. With the benchmark biodynamic wines of the Languedoc, we create great wines that reflect all the nuances of their terroir. Recognised for his great talent as a blender as much as for his audacity and creativity, he and his teams are working to make the wines of the South of France shine throughout the world.
The first Bordeaux wine merchant to create its own winery back in 1967, Maison Sichel poured every last drop of skill and know-how into its brands. With SICHEL Bordeaux red, Margaux and Sauternes very exclusive lots are labelled under our own name.