Dourthe wines are available in the following states: California, New York
Dourthe, a Bordeaux négociant established in 1840 which operates under the umbrella of the CVBG Group, created by the union of Dourthe and Kressmann in 1966. Dourthe owns a number of notable properties, including Haut-Médoc fifth growth estate Belgrave and the St Estèphe cru bourgeois property Le Boscq. Company known as Groupe CVBG Dourthe-Kressmann.
Vins et Vignobles Dourthe origins trace back to 1840. Today Dourthe specializes in middle and top of the range wines. Part of the CVBG group, composed of Dourthe, Kressman and Delor, it is one of the leading companies in Bordeaux. As well as owning and renting estates and vineyards in Bordeaux and the Languedoc, the company is a major négociant for Grand Cru wines from Bordeaux.
The terroirs of the Dourthe estates are among the finest in their appellations. They all undergo precise analysis of their soils and systematic plot identification to allow Dourthe to orient and adapt their winemaking choices. The same goes for their partner vineyards: the selection of the very best is a key priority in the elaboration of Dourthe’s Cuvees.
Dourthe is able to adapt the vines and the planting density to the type of soil and the desired yield due to extensive research. The greatest care and attention are brought to bear in the rational treatment of the vine throughout its vegetation cycle. In the Dourthe vineyards, every effort is made to produce the best possible grapes. For Dourthe cuvees, the same vision applies to the partner vineyards so as to ensure a supply of the best wines.
You can make wine anywhere, as long as you have vines, soil, sun and water. To make great wines, however, you need great terroirs. It is precisely the terroir that motivates the choice of Dourthe estates or the choice of Dourthe’s vine-growing partners, in Bordeaux as well as in the Languedoc region. However, these great terroirs can only reveal their potential through the determination and effort of the people who work them. At Dourthe, this determination and effort can be seen at every stage of the winemaking process. Thus, over the years, Dourthe has developed its own particular culture – a culture intimately linked with the soil; with a taste for all that is good, the quest for perfection, team spirit and the desire to surpass their limits. Step by step, this culture has given rise to a style which, with the greatest respect to the terroir, characterizes and marks Dourthe wines.
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