Château Burgrave

+33 (0)5 57 51 62 17 62 Quai du Priourat
LIBOURNE , 33500
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35, QUAI DE PRIOURAT In 1906, Jean-Baptiste AUDY settled in Libourne, and began a wine trading company along the banks of the Dordogne river, on the celebrated Quai du Priourat, well known for its many wine merchant offices. He distributed all the leading wines of Bordeaux, with a clear preference for the Right Bank, and most particularly the appellation of Pomerol. WINE TRADER... AND PROPERTY OWNER The family became owners of several vineyards: Clos du Clocher, Courlat, Clinet, Bonalgue, La Cabanne, … and the company Jean-Baptiste AUDY took its place among the tightly knit circle of negociants trading on the Place de Bordeaux, well recognised for the quality of its export services, and its strong links with individual properties. RECENT HISTORY From 1991 to 2002, Pierre BOUROTTE, grandson of Jean-Baptiste AUDY, ran the company. He has been joined since 2003 by his son Jean-Baptiste. This graduate of HEC worked for a number of years for luxury goods house Cartier in South America and in Europe. Read more »

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  • Chateau Burgrave is actually the second wine of Château Bonalgue. Clos du Clocher, Château Bonalgue and Château Burgrave are in the region Pomerol and not Listrac Medoc

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  • Clos du Clocher 1998


    A little past its best. Still very pleasant. Most of the fruit has gone and it is beginning to show signs of "brown" on the glass but still very dense ruby colour and full bodied. Lovely in the mouth but no length - all front of mouth. Classic aged Pomerol nose. This is my last bottle and I should have finished it a few years ago. Read More

    Wine review by Zameq

  • Château Burgrave Red Bordeaux Blend Pomerol 2001


    Subtle on the front end but throws a nice curveball on the finish --- very soil-y, vegetal and beefy. Read More

    Wine review by jasonkauf

  • Clos du Clocher 1996


    No written review

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