Chateau Toutigeac

Tracing its roots in the picturesque Entre-Deux-Mers village of Targon to the 12th century, Chateau Toutigeac originally was an ecclesiastical wine estate run by the monks of Saint Gerard. In more recent times, it has been owned and managed by six generations of the Mallet/Mazeau family since 1928. The estate includes 42 hectares of vineyards in red and white on clay-limestone soils facing south, some parcels 50-90 years old. Farming practices are lutte raisonnee. Fermentation and elevage are done in temperature-controlled stainless steel and glass-lined tanks. The wines are fresh, bright and clean with lovely purity of fruit and a crisp, dry finish. Both the red and white Chateau Toutigeac are great values in petits chateaux Bordeaux.

Wines Produced
Chateau Toutigeac, Bordeaux Blanc
Chateau Toutigeac, Bordeaux



20152015 Chateau Toutigeac, Bordeaux Blanc
From the village of Targon in the Entre-Deux-Mers
Clay-limestone soil in vineyards facing south 10-90 year old vines 40-55 hectolitres yield per hectare
50% Sauvignon Blanc 40% Semillon 10% Muscadelle
Fermentation and elevage in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks aging on fine lies
Aromas of passion fruit, grapefruit and white flowers
Hints of minerality
Lovely citrus on palette fresh, bright and clean
Dry crisp finish great as an aperitif or with salads, fish, shellfish, poultry and cheese.




20142014 Chateau Toutigeac, Bordeaux
From the village of Targon in the Entre-Deux-Mers
3-50 year old vines on clay-limestone soil facing south
5-55 hectoliters per hectare lutte raisonnee
50% Merlot 35% Cabernet Franc 15% Cabernet Sauvignon
Fermented in temperature-controlled stainless steel tanks and aged in glass-lined tanks for 12 months
Aromas of red currant and cherry lush round tannins and clean acidity bright, fresh and clean on the finish
A pretty, light-bodied red and a versatile food wine