Located in Blaignan in the heart of the Médoc appellation, the Château Le Tertre de Caussan is a family run estate established in the 1930s on clay-limestone soils. Made from a blend of 53% Merlot, 34% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 13% Cabernet Franc this wine is full-bodied, well-rounded and structured and should be fully discovered with beef and cheese.
Pairings: Ribeye steak, beef Wellington, beef stew, french cheese, bacon salad, bone in leg of lamb, peppercorn sauce.
The property is created in the 1930s by Oscar Long, great-grandfather of Nicolas Caussan. At the time, 3 hectares of vines supplement a polyculture and breeding activity. In the mid-1970s, Guy Caussan, Nicolas's father, decided to direct the estate to monoculture vines and developed the property up to 18 hectares. With the arrival of Nicolas, today is 20 hectares in production located north of the village of Caussan around a mill located on a hill, "a mound" The Tertre de Caussan
Château Le Tertre de Caussan is a family farm where each generation writes its chapter of history by bringing its personality.
Cement between each generation: the respect of the nature, the expression of the soil and the quality of the work.
Located in Blaignan-Médoc in the Gironde, we offer red wines in Appellation d'Origine Contrôlée (AOC) Médoc.
Located in Blaignan in the heart of the Médoc appellation, the estate is established on clay-limestone soils. It extends north of the village of Caussan from a mill located on a hill, a mound: The Terrat de Caussan.
Each generation contributed to the evolution of the plot with the same logic of grouping, so that the grapes remain in transit as little as possible between harvesting and vatting, to optimize viticultural work and to have a coherent spatial identity expressed in our wines.
Bordeaux is the undisputed king of red wine. This region has been cultivating vines for more than 2,000 years and has perhaps the highest reputation for fine wines in the entire world.
Red Bordeaux wines are elegantly styled with firm tannin levels that develop a characteristic softness and subtlety with age. Their age worthiness makes them ideal wines for collecting and cellaring.
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