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DUMONT, DORLAND & CLAUZEL / VIGNES SECRETES 拉图耶儿酒庄

Business information

Business name
VIGNES SECRETES / DUMONT, DORLAND & CLAUZEL
Country
Business address
Château La Tuilière, 33710 SAINT-CIERS-DE-CANESSE, France
Full name
Thierry Dumont
Type
Phone
+33 (0)5 5764 8090
Contact email
thierry.dumont@vignes-secretes.com

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Events
Tastin'France USA 2019
Tastin'France Japan 2019
Tastin'France Taiwan 2019
Tastin'France Korea 2019
Prowine China 2019
Hong-Kong Wine and Spirit Fair 2019
Tastin'France Japan / Korea / Taiwan 2019
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Asia
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About

The Estate
Château La Tuilière, situated on the Gironde Estuary opposite Margaux, overlooks the vineyard on both sides of the slope.
Consisting of 20 hectares of vines including 14 in the Côtes de Bourg appellation, Château La Tuilière produces a range of four red wines and a rosé.
Three grape varieties (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Malbec) offer numerous opportunities for blending, characteristic of wines from this estate.

Viticulture
The vines are primarily planted in two south- and west-facing slopes with clay, clay-limestone and gravelly soils.
The estate's vineyards have obtained HEV* certification. Treatments are therefore controlled and reduced to protect both people and the environment, and are devoid of any potentially harmful input products while helping to preserve the landscape.
Quality is maintained and is of prime importance, after increasing yields, thanks to leaf thinning and green harvesting as necessary...
The average age of the vines varies from 25 to 30 years, just the right balance to produce high-quality wines.

Fermentation and Ageing
The cellar is fully equipped to enable plot-by-plot fermentation, which opens up a myriad of blending possibilities.
Maceration and alcoholic fermentation are carefully conducted for optimal extraction of color and tannin.
The wine is aged on fine lees, under micro-oxygenation and partially in French oak barrels in a semi-underground cellar, conducive to controlling variations in temperature.
All operations are overseen by the estate's oenologist.
*High environmental value from the 2018 vintage onwards.