Château Ducluzeau

France, Bordeaux

Chateau Ducluzeau is found on several plots spread over 10 hectares of land in the communal appellation of Listrac-Medoc. The vines are planted on a Plateau, 400 meters above sea level, on soil made up of light gravel with a clay-siliceous structure. The average age of the vines are 45 years old planted over a density of 10,000 plants/Ha (50% Cabernet Sauvignon and 50% Merlot). Often referred to as the feminine wine, the chateau was once passed down from mother to daughter for three generations. It is also made up of 98% Merlot giving the wine elegance and softness. Visit Website