Château Dubraud is a castle built in the middle of the 19th century and modelled after the famous chartreuse monasteries in Bordeaux. According to Robert Parker, this estate’s AOC Blaye wine was “the revelation of the 2001 vintage”. The owners are keen on small yields and refuse to use weed killers and chemical fertilizers. You will experience a magical moment with the owners Céline and Alain. Try their original gourmet wines and meet these passionate and ambitious winegrowers, who will be thrilled to tickle your taste buds.
Sustainable approachAlain Videl, owner of the Château Dubraud, testifies in favour of their eco-responsible committments: At the Château Duburaud we work in a natural way the 28 vineyard hectars and we vinify our wines in accordance with the environment. Thanks to Idependent Wine-growers, a few years ago, we have decided to go further by joining the mouvement of living agriculture: identifying the forest's good principles and applying them for wine-growing. Here are some signicative examples: giving back life to soils by putting organic substance from sowed plants, stopping ploughing to let worms regenerate soils naturally, developping vintage without any added sulphite..."
The Château Dubraud is also certified High Environmental Value Level 3, is in the process of converting to agro-forestry and works with the Ligue pour la Protection des Oiseaux (official representative in France of BirdLife International).
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