Presentation and history
Welcome to Périgord-Agenais!
Local wine that's good to drink!
An artisan winemaking philosophy and deep-seated Gascony values bring the Bergerac and Duras vineyards together. Idyllic landscapes home to unspoilt historical landmarks: châteaux, monasteries, manors, bastides, abbeys and more.
The Pécharmant and Rosette hillside vineyards stand proud over Bergerac Valley. The adventure continues due south with the majestic Château de Monbazillac and its famous north-facing slopes that snuggle into the River Dordogne. To the west beyond the Saussignac slopes, another sweet wine hotspot, take time out among Montravel wine where Montaigne still watches over a vineyard imbued with philosophy and wisdom.
The Guyenne area plays host to Château de Duras, once home to the region’s dukes. It stands on its limestone spur and gazes out at the hills that run into the Bergerac vineyard slopes.
Generation after generation has been proud to protect a unique culture, expertise and lifestyle that bear the signature and soil of Périgord-Agenais.
Our Bergerac and Duras vineyards celebrate the terroir. A mosaic of rich soil bursting with limestone and flint. Mankind’s handiwork and our skilled winemakers bring out its wonder as they smooth and polish a noble material that will produce the nectars that are outstanding Bergerac – Duras wine. The wine collection includes no fewer than 17 designations in five colours (red, rosé, dry white, sweet white and dessert white wine).