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SAS Chateau de la Dauphine

Rue Poitevine, 33126 Fronsac
France
Telephone +33 55 7740661
Fax +33 55 7518057
contact@chateau-dauphine.com

This company is co-exhibitor of
Grand Cercle des Vins de Bordeaux

Hall map

ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 11): stand F04. ..F10

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ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 11

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.01  wines from Europe
  • 01.01.05  wines from France
  • 01.01.05.03  wines from Bordeaux

Our products

Product category: wines from Bordeaux

Château de La Dauphine

A harmonious, generous wine, characterized, like Château de La Dauphine itself, by elegance and complexity.

Produced with the vines that grow on the hillsides, this wine is aged for 12 months in French oak barrels with 30% renewed each year, and has a substantial capacity to improve further with age.

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Product category: wines from Bordeaux

Delphis de La Dauphine

Delphis is the property’s second wine and is produced from the vines in the Château’s enclos (walled vineyard); the link with royalty is maintained, Delphis meaning “dolphin" in Greek (“Dauphin” in French means both “dolphin” and "heir to the throne”).

Pleasant and fruity, this is an accessible, easy-to-drink wine that can be enjoyed with fine food on a daily basis.

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Product category: wines from Bordeaux

Château de La Dauphine Rosé

Château de La Dauphine’s new addition

A delicious wine, suitable for any occasion.

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About us

Company details

In 770, Charlemagne built a powerful fortress on Fronsac’s tertre (knoll). It was at around this time that "Fronciacus" (subsequently Fronsac) appeared.

In 1663, Cardinal de Richelieu acquired the land associated with the Duchy of Fronsac for his family. Ever since then, the reputation of Fronsac’s wines has continued to spread. In the 18th century, the revolution in the quality of the Libourne region’s wines took root here, and the flourishing international maritime trade contributed substantially to the recognition of Fronsac’s vineyards as being among the finest in the Bordeaux region.

In the 18th century, Fronsac’s wines enjoyed the best reputation in the Libourne area, and sold at higher prices than those of Saint Emilion and Pomerol.

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