Situated on the pilgrimage route to Saint Jacques de Compostelle, it could be said that the Graves region has carried the reputation of Bordeaux wines around the world. It is even said that the Emperor Charlemagne stayed in La Brède on his way back from Roncevaux…
La Brède, a famous place, lives around Montesquieu’s poetic château and its famous library.
The soil is generally gravelly, sandy or clay-limestone. Saint-Selve, its neighbor, offers a more siliceous and clayey soil.
The wines of Château d’Arguin and Domaine du Reys come from these terroirs.
The Graves and these vineyards benefit from a wonderfully balanced grape variety (semillon – sauvignon blanc/merlot – cabernet sauvignon). They enjoy a superb exposure that today extends over 13 hectares.
Selective harvesting and traditional vinification in a high-performance winery are the determining factors in the success of Château d’Arguin’s red and white wines.
These young, full-bodied wines can be drunk now, but are just as enjoyable as wines for laying down.
Bertrand Lacampagne and his team, all of whom are winegrowers by blood, invite you to stop by and discover the vineyard and its wines. A warm and passionate team will be delighted to welcome you for a convivial tasting session.
En entrant sur ce site, je reconnais être majeur(e) et que je suis autorisé(e) par la législation de mon pays à acheter des boissons alcoolisées.