Château d'Arguin

The Graves tradition.

History, people, land.

Land of Graves

The birthplace of Bordeaux wines

Situated on the route to Santiago de Compostela, the Graves region has contributed to the worldwide renown of Bordeaux wines.

It is even said that Emperor Charlemagne stayed in La Brède on his return from Roncesvalles…

La Brède, a renowned area, revolves around Montesquieu’s poetic château and its famous library.

Its soil is generally gravelly, sandy or clay-limestone. Neighboring Saint-Selve has a siliceous-clay soil.


Our choice.


Graves Red

Food and wine pairing

Food and wine pairing

Red meat, mushrooms, dark chocolate.


Deep, sustained garnet-red color. Complex nose blending black fruits with smoky, toasty notes.

Ample, complex and woody on the palate.

Tannins of great finesse, velvety and intense.

Grape varieties

Merlot 57% – Cabernet Sauvignon 43

11,50 €

A passionate team

Traditional winemaking

Traditional winemaking is an age-old process that embodies the quintessential art of wine-making. It is based on ancestral practices, favoring natural fermentation, the use of grapes grown according to traditional methods, and aging in oak barrels.

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Tasting workshop

Discover the subtleties of our wines at our exclusive vineyard tasting workshop. Immerse yourself in the art of wine tasting as you explore the aromas and flavors that make our terroir such a unique experience.

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Come and visit us

Monday to Friday, 8.30am to 12.30pm and 1.30pm to 5.30pm.

By appointment: at weekends, outside opening hours and for groups.

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