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OUR WINES

Mangler

In 1989, Jean-Marc Landureau settled on the property and put all his energy into renovating the vineyard. No more trips to the cooperative!

In 1990, he made his first vintage. While returning to the fundamentals with the vines he had inherited, he enthusiastically embraced new techniques to make the progress he sought.

This continuous and almost obsessive  quest for adaptation and precision was rewarded in 1999, when Château d’Escurac won the 15th Crus Bourgeois Cup, ahead of some of the most illustrious growths in the category.

This exploit has since been repeated as, vintage after vintage, we discover wines that show a powerful, no-nonsense style yet reveal considerable elegance and subtlety… somewhat like their creator.

Pépin d’Escurac

Pépin d’Escurac is a second wine of the Escurac estate. Pépin de Belleville was the name of a Squire, heir to the estate of Escurac. In 1740 after buying out his co-heirs’ shares, he became the owner of all of the fiefdom and lord of the Escurac parish. In 1934 the Landureau family fell in love with this charming property steeped in history.

  • Appellation: Médoc
  • Second wine of Château d’Escurac
  • HVE 3 certification since 2013 (High Environmental Value)
  • Vineyard area: 23 Hectares
  • Soil: Clay-Gravel
  • Grape varieties: 53% Merlot, 36% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Petit Verdot, 1%
  • Cabernet Franc
  • Age of vines: 26 years
FOOD PAIRING

The Merlot and the Cabernet Sauvignon are a perfect match with grilled meats, stews and cheese. It is not necessary to keep this wine for years in your cellar. It can be enjoyed while it is young and fruity. Pépin d’Escurac is a charming wine, with an attractive bouquet of fresh black fruit. Soft in the palate, it can be enjoyed in its youth when it is pleasantly fruity.

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La Chapelle d’Escurac

The very pretty 11th century chapel at Domaine d’Escurac harks back to religious life on a medieval lord’s estate, which has branded this place forever and given a name to the wine made here. This second wine of Château d’Escurac is resolutely modern and seeks to embody a refreshing balance between fruity and oaky aromas, offering a sensation of harmony and sheer enjoyment.

  • Appellation: Médoc
  • Second wine of Château d’Escurac
  • HVE 3 certification since 2013 (High Environmental Value)
  • Vineyard area: 23 Hectares
  • Soil: Clay-Gravel
  • Grape varieties: 53% Merlot, 36% Cabernet Sauvignon, 10% Petit Verdot, 1% Cabernet Franc
  • Age of vines: 26 years
FOOD PAIRING

The ‘Chapelle d’Escurac’ matches beautifully with grilled meats, stews, game and firmer cheeses. Enjoy it now, while it is young and fruity!

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Château Haut-Myles

Classified Cru Bourgeois in 1932, the château Haut-Myles is attached to the d’Escurac property. The vineyard of 18 hectares, is planted on a clay-limestone soil on the higher land of Blaignan.

  • Appellation: Médoc
  • HVE 3 certification since 2013 (High Environmental Value)
  • Soil : Clay-limestone
  • Grape varieties : 53% Merlot, 47% Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Age of vines : 28 years
AWARDS
  • 2014 Gold Medal, Lyon
  • 2015 Gold Medal, Bordeaux (Concours Vins d’Aquitaine)
  • 2016 Silver Medal, Lyon
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