Your own Grand Cru

Duration On Demand

Budget On demand

Themes
  • Luxury
  • Wine & Spirits
  • Off the beaten path
  • Just for you

Highlights

  • Create a unique wine from your own selection of plots and grape varieties
  • Monitor the vinification cycle: from the vine stock to the bottle, follow and participate in all the steps
  • For the wine lover, the experienced connoisseur or someone looking for once in a lifetime experience
  • Meet and share your experience with renowned oenologists
  • Quantity can vary from half a barrique to several barrels
  • Renew the experience on different vintages

This is more than a blending experience, we let you create your own wine using the most prestigious parcels and the best grapes of the vineyard. Let the wine reflect your taste and image, this is a unique experience. 

Your experience

The experience as described is indicative and flexible. Do not hesitate to fill in your wishes or practical information when you make your request (duration, special requests, food constraints). An adapted and tailor-made proposal will be made to you.

  • Select your grapes

    The vines all come from exceptional terroirs, belonging to renowned Chateaux and passionate winegrowers. You will also have access to the best grape varieties in the region, the essence of the most prestigious wines: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. A unique creation and a memorable experience!

  • Your own Bordeaux blend

    Advised by renowned oenologists, imagine and create your ideal blend from the different traditional Bordeaux grape varieties and from the different emblematic appellations of the vineyard: Saint-Emilion, Pomerol, Canon-Fronsac, Margaux, Saint Julien, Pauillac or Saint Estèphe. Compose the wine that reflects your own preferences and sensibilities.

  • Your personal brand

    Follow the ageing and evolution of your wine. This experience can be a single workshop or continue over several months during which you will be able to taste, adjust and validate your initial blending. The wine created is unique, so its name and packaging must also be unique. It is then up to you to name it and decide on your very own design before bottling.