Scea Vignobles Briolais

Chateau Haut Mousseau, Lieu dit Mousseau, 33710 Teuillac
France

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  • 02.02  Asia

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  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  Europe
  • 01.01.05  France
  • 01.01.05.04  Bordeaux

Our products

Product category: Bordeaux

Château Pontac Gadet Appellation Médoc

Le Château Pontac Gadet It is a wine with good finesse.
The scents are strong and elegant
One is seduced by the mixture of moka and black fruits.
Its tannins and aromas are very present 
Its structure is rich and tannic .
A long and elegant finish

Soil : large gravel-like stones of gurnzien origins

Grape varieties : 65% cabernet , 35 % merlot

Vinification : Vinification: slightly broken skins, macerated for three week, temperature controlled
Aging: Barrels and Vats during 12 to 14 month

Food pairing : You can savour Le Château Pontac Gadet right now with red roti steak, duck, a beef rib, and fine cheeses. You can also keep between 5- 7 years.

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Product category: Bordeaux

Optimus Appellation Médoc

Optimus has aromas of mature fruits, the colo ris brilliant and very dark.
It’s the wine with celebrate special occasions.
It’s the wine of the great connoisseurs.

Soil : Soil structure: large gravel-like stones of gurnzien origins

Grape varieties : 50% Cabernet : 50% Merlot

Vinification : Harvested manually.
Maceration is pre fermentation with indigenous yeast 
Fermentation with manual stirring
Further post fermentation maceration
Aged in new oak barrels
Bottled after 12 – 16 months in barrels

Production : Thin out the leaves
To preserve the life of the soil, grass is left to grow under all the vineyard
Respect of environment
The cultivation of vineyard is in pest management harvest and enjoy a manual sorting in the vineyard
Maturation of bunches of grapes by the sun
Gravelly soil accumulate the day heat, and restore it slowly at night

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Product category: Bordeaux

Château Haut Mousseau Prestige Appellation Côtes de Bourg

Soil : Limestone-clay

Grape varieties : Merlot 60% : Cabernet-Sauvignon 40% a selection from old vines

Vinification : Harvested at optimum maturity. 
Selection at point of reception
Pre-fermentation maceration
Traditional vinification
Daily remixing further long maceration
Tempareture controlled
Ageing in barrels: 14 to 16 months (according to vintage)

Production : Thin out the leaves
To preserve the life of the soil, grass is left to grow under all the vineyard
Respect of environment
The cultivation of vineyard is in pest management harvest and enjoy a manual sorting in the vineyard

Food pairing : Le Château Haut Mousseau can be appreciate right now, and with cured meat, tournedos Rossini, and refined cheeses. You can also keep between 6- 8 years

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About us

Company details

The family has worked hard to make certain that each vineyard will eventually produce wines, that reveal their own character: distinguished, elegant and worthy of each château and appellation.

In the Médoc the vines are situated in the communes of Jau, Dignac and Loirac.
Here the family cutivates 11h of vine. In recent years Aurore has the responsibility for this property, investing heavily in new oak and latest technology without compromising tradition to produce two distinguished and elegant wines: Château Pontac Gadet and their top wine Optimus.

In the Côtes de Bourg, an area which has seen vines grown since Roman times and whose fame was renowned well before their neighbours across the estuary, the family tends some 33h spread among various communes which give these wines their own character and expression.

The two Châteaux Haut Mousseau and Terrefort Bellegrave, although coming from the same appellation are quite distinct as Haut Mousseau is a wine to be consumed within 5-6 years , whereas the Terrefort Bellegrave, having passed through new oak barrels for at least 12 -18 months, can be kept for much longer, depending on the vintage of course.

In each of the two appellations the Briolais family has invested their time, hard work and above all passion and the desire to share this product with their clients.

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