BORDEAUX SUPÉRIEUR BIO
Château Touzet and Château Le Geai
Imprinted with the know-how of his ancestors, Henri Duporge enriches the traditional methods and puts all the passion of his craft in his wine. It attaches to let flourish all the aromas of the fruit through complex assemblies to develop a wine with a unique character. Grape varieties are vinified without additives or sulfites , separately in small tanks or amphora, then they rest in amphora or in casks.
Château Le Geai "Le Grand G"
Château Le Geai "Les merlots de Léo"
Château Le Geai "Pure Nature"
Château Le Geai "Les argiles de Pauline"
Château Le Geai "Carmine "
Château Le Geai "Pur Malbec"
Château Touzet "Les Coteaux de l'Isle"
Diversity of the grape varieties
Henri Duporge chooses to moderate its yields for greater concentration. He develops the diversity of grape varieties: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Cot Malbec. And re-establishes a forgotten and formerly reputed grape variety used in the Bordelais: the black Carmenere.
Grape variety wiped out by phylloxera in the 19th century, the Carmenere is replanted since 2000 by a few adventurous winemakers. Today, it occupies only about 10 hectares on the French territory. Alone or assembled with other grape varieties, it allows to obtain a rich and colorful wine, reveals amazing aromas and gives the wine an atypical character.