REGION: Bordeaux

Known as Chateau Le Chec until 2012, when its long-time owners changed the name to Auney l’Hermitage, the estate is run by Sylvie and Christien Auney. They organically produce two cuvées each of red and white wine, favoring Merlot and Semillon in their respective blends.
In 2004, Pierre and Patricia Bernault purchased Château Beauséjour to raise the reputation of the Beauséjour vineyard, situated on the finest terroir of Montagne-Saint-Émilion, and produce one of the greatest wines of the region, with the help of legendary consultant Stephane Derenoncourt.
Situated on the slopes near the picturesque village of Saint Emilion, Chateau Belregard Figeac has been owned and operated by the Pueyo family since 1853. It is currently helmed by brothers Jacques and Jean-Paul Pueyo who have recently been joined by Jacques’ son, Christophe. 
Château Briot is a family-run property located in the Entre-Deux-Mers region of Bordeaux. Their red consists of a majority of Cabernet Sauvignon with smaller amounts of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. It is a delightful and approachable classic Bordeaux.
Located in the heart of Graves and built on the site of a 12th century fortress, Château de Landiras produces classic red Bordeaux of aromatic concentration and elegant structure. The vineyards are sustainably cultivated on predominantly white gravel soils that Graves is known for.
Chateau du Cros overlooks the Garonne river, upstream from Bordeaux itself. It has a long and distinguished history linking it to Richard the Lionheart and Michel de Montaigne before finally passing into the hands of the Boyer family, who are making classic, artisan Bordeaux at great prices.
The Chateau Haut Ségottes is owned and operated by Danielle Meunier. Mme. Meunier, “vigneronne extraordinaire”, is the fourth generation of her family to oversee this nine hectare estate situated in the heart of the Saint Emilion appellation.
This certified organic domaine in St. Emilion (a rarity for the appellation) is a jewel. The Chateau is located on the plateau of Asteries limestone in St. Emilion, alongside its neighbors Chateau Pavie and Chateau Troplong Mondot, presenting the finer, more elegant side of the famed village.
The Rabiller family has a long tradition of growing grapes in Saint Estephe. Since 1994 Dany and René Rabiller, the current proprietors, have carefully harvested by hand their 8 hectares in the Marbuzet sector of the Saint Estephe appellation.
Chateau La Rame is among the oldest and most renowned properties in the Sainte Croix du Mont appellation. The 20 hectares of Chateau La Rame are set on a clay-limestone soil blessed with an exceptional substratum marked by a bed of fossilized oysters dating from the Tertiary era.