​Thanks to the diversity and the richness of its soils, the Bordeaux region offers a great variety of fine wines elaborated with the finest grapes: from the sophisticated Cabernet Sauvignon to the rich Semillon leading to unique wine tastings.

Bordeaux Family Wines has access to a large panel of wines through its network of producers and wines merchants. Thanks to the expertise of its partners, Bordeaux Family Wines is able to offer high quality wines from Bordeaux and the South West region at very competitive prices.​

The Wines proposed by Bordeaux Family Wines are carefully   ​selected by our wine experts.  You will be proposed great  quality wines, mostly coming from family-owned vineyards that still benefits from a traditional vinification process. Such families have managed to pass down their savoir-faire from generation to generation. Thanks to the respect of these traditions you will enjoy unique wine tastings.    





Saint-Emilion &Libournais



This region is well known for its famous "Grands Crus Classés in 1855". It benefits from  a wide vineyard of 16 400 ha.

Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot are prevailing. These main grape varieties are mixed with to a lesser extent Cabernet Franc. Petit Verdot and Malbec may also be added in very small proportion.

The Medoc wines have a rich colour and are often more fruity than the Haut-Medoc wines. While the Medoc main grape variety is Merlot, Haut-Medoc wines are produced mainly with Cabernet Sauvignon.


Food Pairing Ideas: 

Entrecote, tounedos or chateaubriand and camembert 



This is the oldest wine region in Bordeaux. It has a specific soil due to the Garonne river that has left a lot of fragments of stones over time. This region benefits from a vineyard of 3 450 ha.

​  The main grape variety used will vary depending on the type of wine :
- red wines : Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc
- white wines : Sauvignon (dry), Semillon and Muscadelle (sweet & liquoreux)

The red wines are known as fine and robust wines and good for ageing. They show an excellent bunch and softness.


Food Pairing Ideas:

Beef steak or roast chicken and swiss cheese


This region is characterized by a large number of small size properties unlike to the vineyards from the Medoc.

One grape variety prevails: Merlot. This so-called "cepage" gives to the wine a fruity taste and enables to hold wines for quite some time.

Wines​ from Pomerol are known for their roundness, flexibility and strength. Wine amateurs will appreciate the robustness and the great colour of the wines from Saint-Emilion.


Food Pairing Ideas:

Entrecote, rib eye steak or game and camembert

  • Pauillac
  • Saint Estephe
  • Margaux
  • Saint Julien
  •  Haut-Medoc
  •  Medoc
  • Graves
  • Graves superieur
  • Pessac-Leognan
  • ​Pomerol

  • Lalande-de-Pomerol

  • Saint-Emilion

  • Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
  • Montagne-Saint-Emilion
  • Lussac-Saint-Emilion



 All "liquoreux" or "moelleux" wines comes from the same little area around the Garonne and the Ciron rivers. That small part of the South East of Bordeaux covers a vineyard of 3 100 ha. This typical area offers a perfect place for the development of the Botrytis cinerea (so-called "pourriture noble") thanks to a very specific climate (humidity in the morning and sunny in the afternoon during autumn)

  The main grape variety used in "liquoreux" or "moelleux" wines is Semillon. It is often mixed with Sauvignon and Muscadelle.

Wine amateurs will enjoy the golden colour of such wines as well as their honey, dry apricots or marmelade bunch. 


Food Pairing Ideas:

Foie gras, goat cheese and sheep cheese


These wines will be enjoyed for aperitif as well.

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 The region defines the area between the Dordogne and the Garonne rivers and the South East border of the Gironde department.
The Entre-deux-Mers region covers more than 23 000 ha. A small part (1 480 ha) of this region holds the Entre-deux-Mers appellation.

Entre-Deux-Mers appellation  wines are elaborated mainly from the Sauvignon grape variety since only dry white wines are produced in this appellation.

Dry wines are much appreciated for their mineral and fresh tastes as well as their citrus overtones.


Food Pairing Ideas:

White fishes, oysters, scampis or lobsters




 The Cahors vineyard is one of the oldest in France. Its is located in the historical valley of the Lot at the South East of Bordeaux.

The Cahors appellation covers more than 4 000 ha.

Cahors  wines are elaborated mainly from

the following grape varieties: Malbec, Merlot and, to a lesser extent, the Tannat.

Cahors wines are well known for their robustness, their strength and their rich colour. Like their upper neighbours, Cahors wines will be appreciated after some ageing. Young wines are more fruity and can be slightly refreshed before serving. 


Food Pairing Ideas:

Grilled meat and roast lamb

  • Sauternes
  • Barsac
  • Sainte-Croix-du-Mont

  • Loupiac

  • Cadillac

  • Entre-Deux-Mers
  • Cahors

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