Winemaking at Château Haut-Bergey dates back the 15th century. The 1991, the Garcin family undertook an ambitious restructuring and renovation of the vineyard and cellar in order to showcase the magnificent Léognan terroir.
Thanks to his philosophy promoting organic and biodynamic vineyard management, Paul Garcin’s white wine and two reds obtained organic certification for the first time in 2018.
The outstanding grapes reflect the geological complexity of the Pessas Léognan terroir, conducive to the production of elegant wines that express the full potential of their terroir.
Natural, delicate fermentation, followed by long, precise barrel ageing result in vibrant, elegant and complex wines.
|Area Under Vine:||43 hectares(41 red /2 white)|
|Production:||Red : 100,000 bottles
White : 8,500 bottles
|Grape Varieties:||Red : 40% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc, 7% Petit Verdot, 3% Malbec
White : 80% Sauvignon, 20% Sémillon
|Ageing:||Red : 14 to 16 monthsy
White : 12 monthsy
New barrels : Red : 1/3 300L new French oak barrels- White : 50% 400 and 500L new French oak barrels
69 cours Gambetta-33850 Léognan