Architecture and Landscapes

Château Faugères

Château Faugères, Grand Cru Classé, cultive de manière naturelle et durable un terroir de 37 ha en AOC Saint-Emilion Grand Cru. A la superbe chartreuse du 18ème siècle du château s’est ajouté en 2009, un chai monumental, conçu par l’architecte international Mario Botta qui a su créer, sur le plateau face au château, une œuvre magistrale, une véritable Cathédrale du Vin parfaitement intégrée au paysage.

Pulenta Estate Winery

PULENTA ESTATE is a boutique winery in Mendoza built with elegance and style, just like our wines, focusin on a minimalist concept which respect nature around us, such as the vineyards and the Andes mountains which are complemented by pur structure, rather than being overpower by it. The austere, restrained winery building stands among our vineyards. Every detail in it responds to the philosophy of vigilant attention to environmental care and is directed to the production of great wines by the combination of traditional styles and ultramodern technology.

Château Faugères

Winegrowing at Château Faugères, a Grand Cru Classé, is natural and sustainable. This 37 hectare estate, entitled to the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation, boasts a superb 18th century manor house and an amazing new cellar built in 2009. This was designed by the internationally famous architect Mario Botta; who created an altogether impressive building, a veritable cathedral of wine perfectly integrated into its natural surroundings on the plateau opposite the château.

Quintessa

 

Agustin and Valeria Huneeus developed Quintessa, a remarkable estate in the heart of the Rutherford appellation of the Napa Valley in 1990 to establish the property as one of the great red wine estates of the world. The property was developed with a commitment to sustainability including organic and biodynamic farming. The Quintessa winery’s eco-sensitive design integrates nature and winemaking with a gravity flow process and naturally cooled winery and caves. Quintessa greets visitors for private vineyard and winery tours and tastings daily by appointment.

Château de Sales

 

Dans l’une des plus grandes propriétés de l’appellation Pomerol, la famille de Lambert produit du vin depuis 500 ans. Le magnifique château date du 16ème siècle et la propriété couvre 47 hectares, tous cultivés selon les principes de l’agriculture raisonnée. C’est l'un des rares châteaux de style classique à Pomerol; on y accède par une longue allée de platanes et de grands jardins qui comptent -et c’est inhabituel- de belles plantations de bambous. "L’Orangerie" est aujourd’hui une grande et spacieuse salle de dégustation.

Château de Sales

 

One of the largest estates in Pomerol, the de Lambert family has been making wine here for five hundred years. The graceful château dates back to the 16th century, and covers 47 hectares, all farmed by sustainable agriculture. One of the few classically proportioned chateaux in Pomerol, de Sales has a long sweeping driveway lined by plane trees, and large gardens that surround the chateau with the unusual feature of numerous bamboo plants. The "Orangerie" is today a large and airy tasting room.

Chateau La Louvière

 

La beauté du Château La Louvière lui a valu d'être inscrit en 1946 à l'Inventaire des Monuments Historiques et classé Monument Historique en 1991. Il offre un cadre d'exception pour réunions, cocktails, repas d'affaires, réceptions de prestige ...

Chateau La Louvière

The beauty of the Château La Louvière led to its being listed in 1946 on the Inventory of Historic Monuments and classified as a Historic Monument in 1991. It offers an exceptional setting for meetings, cocktails, business meals, prestigious receptions... The estate, with is century-old trees and its vineyard, the main courtyard opening onto the majestic facade of the 18th century chateau and the cloisters room (150 m²) whose stone walls add to its warm and welcoming atmosphere, are ideal locations for holding all kinds of events. 

Grande Provence Heritage Estate

Grande Provence Wine Estate wears her 300-year history with dignity. She sits in the beautiful Franschhoek Valley in South Africa’s Western Cape – her lush vines spread across 47 acres, with gentle vistas over the valley floor, framed by the rugged mountains beyond. This is heartland South African wine country.

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