We can say
that it is one of the oldest in the country and its products have
largely contributed to start in France and abroad the reputation of the
wines of the Pays du Médoc. From the end of the seventeenth century,
sent to England, they reached 400 pounds barrel and beyond ... "
de Cambon is at the origin of this fine wine, appreciated and acclaimed
for centuries. Annick, Jean-Pierre Marie and their son Nicolas has been
the president since 1996, completely reconfiguring the estate with
"Grand Cru" equipment and an oenological approach imbued with love,
creativity and lucidity ...
Terroir and winemaking
soil is composed of large, lean, sandy, quaternary gravel. These very
deep soils allow efficient drainage and also contribute to the warming
of the soil and thus the ripening of the grapes. The will of the estate
is to produce wines of balance, typical of their appellation &
representative of the terroir of Southern Médoc. Eight selected coopers.