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Pierre Jean Larraqué

Château Barre Gentillot

Appellation : Graves de Vayres and Bordeaux Rosé

Vintages : 2018, 2019 and 2020

The Château Barre Gentillot is the third property of Pierre Jean Larraqué Vineyards. The Château is a place steeped in history. Its wine-making cellar, entirely made up of concrete vats, is located in a building that looks like a cathedral. At the back of the park, an orangery and a chapel dating from the 18th century contribute to the unique charm of this property.

Certified High Environmental Value, the Château Barre Gentillot is committed to the preservation of biodiversity. Since 2019, 10 beehives have been installed. These actions confirm the commitment of the Pierre Jean Larraqué Vineyards, certified HVE3, to the preservation of nature and biodiversity.

Scores obtained by

Barre Gentillot Vieilles Vignes, Graves de Vayres :
2018 vintage : 87 points out of 100
2019 vintage : 91 points out of 100
2020 vintage : 89 points out of 100

Barre Gentillot, Bordeaux Rosé :
2020 vintage: 88 points out of 100

Barre Gentillot Tradition, Graves de Vayres :
2019 vintage: 92 points out of 100
2020 vintage: 89 points out of 100

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The opinion of our oenologists

Graves de Vayres

Robe : Brilliant garnet colour.
Nose : Exhales beautiful aromas of prune.
Taste : Greedy, supple and round, which echoes this pleasant fruity bouquet.

Bordeaux Rosé

Robe : Pale pink.
Nose : English candy.
Taste : Red fruit, balanced and round palate on the freshness.


Robe : Garnet red.
Nose : Pretty fruity bouquet.
Taste : Its greedy and supple attack gives way to a nice roundness.

The Graves de Vayres appellation

The Graves de Vayres appellation has existed since 1926, making it the second oldest appellation in the Bordeaux region and one of the first wine-growing associations in the Gironde. Located on the left bank of the Dordogne, west of Libourne, the vineyard has sandy, clay-gravel to gravel soils.

With a planted area of 700 ha, 316 ha of which are for reds, this confidential AOP includes 30 estates that produce 20,000 hectolitres/year, 80% of which are reds. The most used grape varieties are Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon for the reds, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon for the whites.

The wines of Graves de Vayres can be kept for 2 to 5 years for the reds, 1 to 3 years for the dry whites and 3 to 6 years for the sweet whites.

The Bordeau Rosé appellation

The Bordeaux Rosé appellation is the only authorised variation of the regional Bordeaux AOC. It is produced in the entire Bordeaux vineyard and represents a surface area of just over 3,500 ha. The same diversity of soils and terroirs can be found ; composed of sand, gravel, boulbènes and palus. The most used grape varieties in the blend are Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. Bordeaux Rosé wines are supple, fruity and elegant with a good lingering finish. They should be consumed within the vintage or within two years of bottling.

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