An exceptional terroir in the heart of Moulis en Médoc

Moulis en Médoc, Cru Bourgeois
Chateau Brillette Histoire

A family story

Chateau Brillette entered into the possession of the Flageul family in 1976 after belonging to the Comte du Perier de Larsan and his family for nearly a century. From grandmother to son to grandson, a passion for winemaking has inspired three generations of the Flageul family to implement new processes and techniques to improve winemaking and produce the highest-quality wines...Read more

Famille Flageul
Famille Flageul

A family story

Chateau Brillette entered into the possession of the Flageul family in 1976 after belonging to the Comte du Perier de Larsan and his family for nearly a century. From grandmother to son to grandson, a passion for winemaking has inspired three generations of the Flageul family to implement new processes and techniques to improve winemaking and produce the highest-quality wines.Read more

A family story

Chateau Brillette HistoryChateau Brillette entered into the possession of the Flageul family in 1976 after belonging to the Comte du Perier de Larsan and his family for nearly a century. From grandmother to son to grandson, a passion for winemaking has inspired three generations of the Flageul family to implement new processes and techniques to improve winemaking and produce the highest-quality wines.Read more

Famille Flageul

Chais

Chateau Brillette Les ChaisChateau Brillette Les Chais

Chateau Brillette produces its wines according to traditional methods. Following harvest, grapes are sorted by hand, de-stemmed and crushed. They then enter an ultra-modern vat room where they ferment for six to eight days and undergo six to eight weeks...Read more

The vineyard

Terroir plays a crucial role in winemaking, giving each wine its unique personality. Planted on one of the highest points in Moulis, Chateau Brillette's vines are bathed in sunlight and share the same rocky soil as many of the grands crus classés of the Médoc region. This soil contains a large quantity of gravel, which attracts and retains heat, creating an ideal context for the ripening of the vine. The brilliant, or shiny, aspect of these stones as they are warmed by the sun is also the source of...Read more

Some idea

of ​​the quality