The vineyard of Bordeaux

At the gates of the Atlantic, between the Dordogne and the Garonne, the Bordeaux region covers more than 100,000 hectares. One of the oldest vineyards in the world, it is divided into three zones: the left bank of the Garonne (Médoc, Haut-Médoc, Graves, Sauternes), the right bank with the wines of the Libourn region (St Emilion, Pomerol) and the Entre-Deux-Mers, a vast area between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers.
Partenaire de Vinadeis Maison Cordier

Founded in 1886 by Désiré Cordier, a visionary, emblematic character, Maison Cordier has a presence in France and internationally. Through its history as owners of Grands Crus de Bordeaux, Maison Cordier has built its image around the values that drive it today: perfection, tradition and avant-gardism.
With a rigorous selection of contemporary and Châteaux wines it offers the best of Bordeaux’s vineyards.
Today’s consumers can be sure of finding a high-quality selection from Bordeaux’s finest appellations among Maison Cordier’s wines.

Partenaire de Vinadeis Maison Mestrezat 

Having worked for more than 200 years with the Grands Bordeaux, Maison Mestrezat is recognised as a leading Bordeaux merchant.

Mestrezat Grands Crus has consistently maintained its reputation and its undisputed openness to international markets.
In 1970, Mestrezat acquired two 1855 Grand Cru Classés: Château Rayne-Vigneau, a Sauternes first growth, and Château Grand-Puy Ducasse, a Pauillac fifth growth.

From this past, an expertise has grown in the greatest Grands Crus Bordeaux, which, combined with unique expertise in the personalisation of offers, allows a profoundly contemporary identity to be displayed.