Château Roumieu Lacoste – Sauternes


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Château Roumieu Lacoste is located in Barsac (sweet wine region) next to Sauternes. It produces dry white wines and sweet wines in appellation AOC Barsac and AOC Sauternes. It belongs to Hervé Dubourdieu, who took over the vineyard on the death of his father.

The Château is an old estate acquired around 1900 by André Dubourdieu, whose grandfather, named “Lacoste” was already a winemaker in the other century. Since 1983 Hervé Dubourdieu, the son of André exploits the property in the continuity. In 2016 the grandson of André Dubourdieu, who bears his name, also embarked on the adventure of winegrowing.
Roumieu-Lacoste occupies a privileged location in the Sauternes region, in the heart of the noble clay-limestone Haut Barsac, which unmistakably personalizes the wine of this mini-appellation.

The estate produces 3 wines :
Chateau Roumieu Lacoste, a sweet wine in the Sauternes appellation, with a lot of balance between acidity and liquor, giving a lot of elegance. Le Graville Lacoste, dry white wine in the Barsac appellation, characterized by its minerality and citrus notes.
“Les Fleurs de Graville”, in the Graves white appellation, is a more complex wine, thanks to few months in oak barrel.

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