Our history
1941 : Daniel and Catherine Lhuillier grow the first hectares of vine

1976 : Pierre and Nicole Lhuillier take over their share of the estate and produce top quality bulk wine

1982 : First bottle production “mis en bouteille au château”

1996 : Following his studies in viticulture, Hervé joins the family business and starts by modernizing the cellar

2000 : Creation of a new trendy packaging under the name Château Fleur Haut Gaussens

2001 : Start of the collaboration with Olivier Dauga

2013-2014 : The estate is undertaking huge renovation: new stock age cellar, tasting room and offices

Welcome to
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens
Our family owned estate crafts atypical quality boutique wines that are full of personality.
We’ve earned our reputation thanks to the quality and consistency of our wines which do not stop thriving vintage after vintage.
Here, since 1941, four generations of winegrowers succeed each others. My parents, Pierre and Nicole, with more than 100 years of experience between themselves share their know-how and provide wise day-to-day advices.
Our philosophy consists of listening and respecting our terroir. We let it guide us and let every vintage writes its own story. We adapt ourselves upon its mood.
Nature is the dominant force in our terroir-driven winemaking approach.
Our cellar harmoniously combines tradition and modernism. Quite unconventional, I’m one of the last Bordeaux Superieur still crafting wines meant to be cellared in the same manner as a Grand Cru!
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens was created to live, grow and evolve without time altering its personality. Finesse and elegance are the hallmarks of Château Fleur Haut Gaussens identity as much as the subtle balance between aromatic richness and powerful tannins. The Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec grapes reflect the essence of our terroir and allow our wines to reveal all their depth and body.

Hervè Lhuillier
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens is a Bordeaux Superieur in phase with its time, a true value that offers all the traits of a top end wine.
This cru presents a beautiful garnet colour. Intense, the nose displays pure black fruits aromas such as cassis, blackberry and cherry. On the palate the oak is delicately integrated giving an extraordinary velvety mouthful. A powerful balanced tannic structure complemented by just the right amount of fruit gives this wine all its personality. Elegant and delicate with a long soft finish. A wine full of personality, fineness and with an excellent cellar potential of +/- 10 years.
Sustainable farming 
Winemaking
We use farming techniques that protect the environment. We treat the vines in moderation and upon the vine cycle and needs. We also manage grass cover between each vine rank to maintain the healthy ecosystem.
All year long a strict and meticulous vineyard management requires efforts and patience :
  • Tresseling consist of lifting the branches in order to allow free circulation between the rows and to maximize the exposure to the sun
  • “Complantation” is the technique use to replace, each year, dead or injured plant
  • Density control 4500 ft/ha – 48HL/hectares
  • Thinning which consists of removing a certain number of clusters and leaves before the start of the ripening period. It is a tailor made job that requires dealing with each stump one by one.
  • Suckers removal
  • The vineyard is also fitted with an open air lagoon used for water treatment
  • Green harvest allows us to control the yield
  • Harvesting: this is where a lot of patience is needed. We tend to harvest late in order to pick the grapes at optimum maturity. Harvest is done at night to preserve the freshness and quality of the grapes.
The winemaking techniques we use depend of the vintage’s needs :

Each parcel is individually vinified in order to keep the identity of the grape variety and terroir. Grapes are sorted on a double automatic table before being selected by hand

In general Bordeaux traditional techniques and modern equipment complete each other. Fermentation takes place in a modern thermo regulated stainless steel tanks, with a controlled temperature system.

50% of the wine is aged in French oak barrel for up to 8 months in order to give a perfectly balanced oak character

Multiple tasting are made in order to follow the evolution of each tank before deciding of the final blend. Our wines are blending just before bottling. To avoid altering their character they are neither filtered nor fined. Blend : 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc et Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Malbec

Consultant : Olivier Dauga

Appellation Bordeaux Supérieur
Superficy 30ha
Soil limestone - clay
Pruning Double Guyot
Blend 85% Merlot, 10% Cabernet Franc et Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Malbec
Density control 4500 ft/ ha - 48HL/hectares
Average vines age 30 years old
Canopy management Sustainable farming
Harvest machine harvested, optimum maturity following 2 maturity analysis control
Winemaking Cold maceration, use of thermo regulated stainless steel tanks, malolactic fermentation.
Ageing oak aged for 6 months
Consultant  Olivier Dauga
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens
MALBEC "La Viminière"
Malbec « La Viminiére » is the estate premium wine. Issue from a small selected parcel exceptionally well suited for this grape variety, this 100% Malbec wine is the results of a new approach in terms of terroir selection and winemaking techniques.

The nose is pure and elegant with blackberry and blueberry aromas and just the right amount of smokiness. The attack is precise, and the wine progressively gets bigger, reaching a very sophisticated balance between the quality of the tannins, body, flavors and freshness. The palate is full, generous and suave. It displays an array of ripe blackberries, blond tobacco, peppery spices and plush, sweet tannins. A tannic backbone leads to a complex, long and elegant wine.

Appellation Bordeaux Supérieur
Superficy 1ha
Soil limestone - clay
Pruning Double Guyot
Blend 100% Malbec
Density control 5000 pieds/hectares 45HL/hectares
Average vines age 4 years old
Canopy management Sustainable farming
Harvest Hand harvest at optimum maturity following 2 maturity analysis control
Winemaking Use of full grapes/stems. Cold maceration, use of thermo regulated stainless steel tanks, malolactic fermentation.
Ageing 12 months in French and American new oak barrels
Consultant  Olivier Dauga

Terre
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens
This wine is a tribute to the land surrounding us. Every sip is awakening our senses and gives us a real sense of place.
Terre Château Fleur Haut Gaussens displays a beautiful deep garnet colour. The elegant and harmonious nose develops ripe aromas of black fruits with a hint of under wood and oak. The palate is round and velvety with a voluptuous backbone thanks to some velvety and ripe tannin. A delicate mineral character, typical of this terroir shows on the lingering finish.

Appellation Bordeaux Supérieur
Superficy 30ha
Soil limestone - clay
Pruning Double Guyot
Blend 90% Merlot - 10% cabernet sauvignon & cabernet franc
Density control 4500 ft/ ha - 48HL/hectares
Average vines age 30 years old
Canopy management Sustainable farming
Harvest Optimum maturity following 2 maturity analysis control
Winemaking Cold maceration, use of thermo regulated stainless steel tanks, malolactic fermentation.
Ageing 50% in French oak barrels for 6 months
Consultant  Olivier Dauga
In the press
“Wonderful open nose with ripe black fruit and toasted liquorice oak aromas. Powerful gorgeous fruity mouth. An imposing but harmonious structure, freshness and a long length. Good ageing potential.”
Guide Hubert Restaurants et Vins
“It’s the perfect red wine to host. Its label is simple with a chic designation and an elegant name. Inside we can find a delicious viceyard, in fact Bordeaux Supérieur keeps its chlorophyll, coffee and blackberries flavour. To drink with the three mixed meats of a baeckeofe”
Cuisine et Vins de France
“Wine with a rich woody, and a little bit candied flavours. A beautiful intensity, a large coolness and refires tannins, which gives this beautiful velvety red.”. Exceptional success.”
La Revue du Vin de France
“For about 5 years now, this vineyard located near Fronsac has charmed by its generous and unctuous wines with a blend of expressive fruit and toasted oak. A great success. Splendid complex matured nose, great powerful fruity mouth, harmonious tannins, freshness and an exceptional structure. This is a wine to be waited for.”
Le Guide Bettane & Desseauve
“The blend is marked by the Merlot in this wine born in the chalky-clayed Fronsac terroir. The garnet red color makes its dark purple reflections glitter in front of the eyes of tasters delighted with the bouquet’s complexity in which candied red berries join with pleasure coffee and toffee notes. The mouth is quite as much generous, offering volume, fat and powerful tannins. A wine dedicated to a great future. To be kept in cellar for 3 years.”
Guide Hachette
“This is packed with just the right amount of tannins and dark fruits. It has weight, structure and a blackberry note. It needs to age at least five years for the full character to emerge.”
Roger Voss - Wine Enthusiast - 2013
“Dark plums wine with spicy savoury character. Coffee and cedary tobacco notes. Modern and elegant.”
International Wine Challenge 2014
Contacts
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens
11 les Gaussens
33240 Vérac
France
Tel : +33 557 84 48 01
fleurhautgaussens@orange.fr
Hervé Lhuillier
Owner
herve.lhuillier@fleurhautgaussens.com
Mob : 06 80 23 37 08
  
Responsable commercial
export.manager@fleurhautgaussens.com
+ 336 08 99 10 97

WHERE TO FIND US
France  |  Germany  |  Belgium  |  Switzerland  |  Canada  |  Japan  |  USA  |  Australia

VISITS & TASTINGS
Open all year. Please make an appointment for weekend visits.



Langages: French/ English



© Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens - France • Mentions légales
Site par Mad!Studio & Pierre PlantéCrédits photos : Patrick Cronenberger et Philippe Roy

In the press

Millésime 2008



June 2009

“This wine tunes the pitch in the appellation. Discreet nose and great freshness since the entry. Tannins are tight and delicate. The finish is racy. A great wine.”

Bordeaux supérieur: wine noted between 17,5 and 15,5 /20



May 2009

“Black fruits, round and unctuous mouth, quite simple but well done, supple ripe Merlot, elaborate wine.”

Bordeaux Supérieur – O = 2011 – G = 7 years – 14/20



Guide 2011

“For a few years now, the estate has been producing the archetype of a great Bordeaux Supérieur: enjoyable, fruity and always very pleasantly woody. Being easily on sale in supermarkets besides at very affordable prices make these wines a great opportunity. It is recommended to drink them on the fruit during the first three years. In great vintage however these wines can be kept a bit longer. Nice vintage 2008 allying ripe fruit and nicely extracted tannins.”

Red wine: 30 hectares. Merlot 90%, Cabernet franc 5%, Cabernet-sauvignon 5%.
Average production : 200 000 bt/year
Bordeaux Supérieur 2008 Red – 15,5/20



Guide 2011

“The blend is marked by the Merlot in this wine born in the chalky-clayed Fronsac terroir. The garnet red color makes its dark purple reflections glitter in front of the eyes of tasters delighted with the bouquet’s complexity in which candied red berries join with pleasure coffee and toffee notes. The mouth is quite as much generous, offering volume, fat and powerful tannins. A wine dedicated to a great future. To be kept in cellar for 3 years.”

Red wine: 30 hectares. Merlot: 90%, Cabernet franc: 5%, Cabernet-sauvignon: 5%. Average production: 200 000 bt/year
Bordeaux Supérieur 2008 Red – **



Guide 2011

“For about 5 years, this vineyard located near Fronsac has charmed by its generous and greedy wines with a blend of expressive fruit and toasted wood. This powerful and steady-in-success Bordeaux offers vintage 2008 a large aromatic complexity, a solid, thick, fruity and long mouth.”

Bordeaux Supérieur 2008 Red – 2010 to 2014 – 14,5/20



Guide 2011

“As always at its young stage, Hervé Lhuillier’s wine shows vigour and asserts itself with marked tannins on the finish. It will fade after a complete cellaring year and the whole will then come in a certain complexity and an attractive roundness. The finish is revived by an acidity touch brought by the limestone of this nice terroir.”

Red wine: 30 hectares. Merlot: 90%, Cabernet franc: 5%, Cabernet-sauvignon: 5%. Average production: 200 000 bt/year
Bordeaux Supérieur 2008 Red – 16,5/20



N°4 – September-October 2010

“Exciting nose, real explosion of red berries, especially cherry. Fresh and cheerful entry followed by a little set back though very well balanced mouth. Finish of medium concentration and round tannins.”

Area: 30 hectares. Terroir: clay-limestone. Blend: 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet sauvignon and 5% Cabernet franc. Maturation: 50% in vat and 50% in barrels of diverse ages



Concours de Bordeaux Vins d’Aquitaine 2010

Bordeaux Supérieur 2008 Red – Gold Medal


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In the press

Millésime 2009



Guide 2011

“For a few years now, the estate has been producing the archetype of a great Bordeaux Supérieur: enjoyable, fruity and always very pleasantly oaked. Easily available in supermarkets at a very affordable price, these wines are a great opportunity. It is recommended to drink them on the fruit during the first three years. However In great vintages these wines can be cellared for longer.(…) 2009 vintage is still more successful, with a ripe concentrated substance. It will be one of the best vintage of this estate and can easily be cellared for 5 years. This vintage is not to be missed”

Red: 30 hectares Merlot (90%), Cabernet Franc (5%), Cabernet Sauvignon (5%). Average production: 200,000 bt/year
Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – 16,5/20



SPECIAL ISSUE no. 4 – June-July 201

The 10 that make the pride of their appellation
“Lacteous nose opens up to blueberry. This wine appears dense in mouth with a little maturing note. Black
fruits begin to settle. As every year, it will make a remarkable value for money. What a blessing!”

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – 14



Guide 2012

“For about 5 years now, this vineyard located near Fronsac has charmed by its generous and unctuous wines
with a blend of expressive fruit and toasted oak. A great success. Splendid complex matured nose, great
powerful fruity mouth, harmonious tannins, freshness and an exceptional structure. This is a wine to be waited for.”

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – 16,5



Bordeaux Guide Vintage 2009 Le Point n°1964 dated May 6th 2010

Bordeaux Superieur – O = 2013 – G = 6 years – 14,5



Guide 2011

“Wonderful open nose with ripe black fruit and toasted liquorice oak aromas. Powerful gorgeous fruity
mouth. An imposing but harmonious structure, freshness and a long length. Good ageing potential”

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – TENOR OF THE YEAR

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Guide – Tasting in June 2010

“Red fruits aromas. The oak is more matured than in April. On the palate, the wine is powerful, opulent, concentrated and dense with a good backbone. A bottle dedicated to a nice future. A little alcohol.”

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – 15



Guide 2012

“This wine is a regular guest of our guide. In every new vintage, it becomes more fine and precise. In 2009 vintage, it shows intensity, ripeness and exposes a candied touch in its aromas. This fleshy velvety red wine is slender thanks to a good tightness.”

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – 15



Concours de Bordeaux Vins d’Aquitaine 2011

Bordeaux Superieur 2009 Red – Silver Medal



90pts Wine Enthusiast 2013

“This is packed with just the right amount of tannins and dark fruits. It has weight, structure and a blackberry note. It needs to age at least five years for the full character to emerge.”
Château Fleur Haut Gaussens – 90pts Wine Enthusiast



Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2011

Gold Medal – Concours Général Agricole de Paris 2010
TERRE Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



International Wine Challenge 2014

“Dark plums wine with spicy savoury character. Coffee and cedary tobacco notes. Modern and elegant”
Silver medal – International Wine Challenge 2014
TERRE Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



Decanter World Wine Awards

Bronze medal – Decanter World Wine Awards 2014
TERRE Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



Los Angeles International Wine Competition

Silver medal – Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014
TERRE Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens


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In the press

Millésime 2010



Guide 2012

“For a few year now, the estate has been producing the archetype of a great Bordeaux Supérieur : enjoyable, fruity and always very pleasantly woody. Being easily on sale in supermarkets besides at very affordable prices make these wines a great opportunity. It is recommanded to drink them on the fruit during the first three years, inspite of this vintage 2010, which can be keeping for a long time. That’s why this vintage wins a star in this area.
(…) This vintage 2010 is very delicious, mineral, with a precise woody. Most important is its tannic structure. Definitely are of the best wines produced by Hervé LHUILLIER.” 
Red wine : 30 hectares. Merlot 90 %, Cabernet-Franc 5 %, Cabernet-Sauvignon 5 %. Average production : 200 000 bottles/year
Bordeaux Superieur 2010 Red – 17*



n° 552 juni 2011

“Wine with a rich woody, and a little bit candied flavours. A beautiful intensity, a large coolness and retires tannins, which gives this beautiful velvety red.”

Bordeaux supérieur : Exceptional success.



n° 237 juni 2011

“Perfectionist, the proprietor Hervé LHUILLIER signs with this 2010 a fruity and elegant wine, which is very pleasant to discover. With its Bordeaux designation reference we can often find it in supermarkets, but its price starts to turn up given its success. Again a reason to buy it first.”

Bordeaux supérieur : A wine of quality esay to drink



Guide 2013

“This family estate of 30 ha proposes a cuvée dominated by Merlot (80%), and assisted by the both Cavernet.
The nose charms thanks its sweet scent of the fruits, liquorice and gingerbread. The mouth appears long,
smooth and round, tannins are velvety and the flavours of fryuts with alcohol ang generous prunes. An harmonious set that we will drink in one on two years on a cheese from the Pyrenees.””

Bordeaux supérieur



Guide 2012

“Intensive nose of blackberries and of liquoriced woody, smocked and videt notes, dense and deep mouth
with fruit, carefully anf harmonious tannins. A lot of potential.”

Bordeaux supérieur

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N°150, february-march, 2013

“It’s the perfect red wine to host. Its label is simple with a chic designation and an elegant name. Inside we can find a delicious viceyard, in fact Bordeaux Supérieur keeps its chlorophyll, coffee and blackberries flavour.
To drink with the three mixed meats of a baeckeofe (lamb, bullock and veal).”

Bordeaux Superieur 2010 Red – 16/20



Concours de Bordeaux Vins d’Aquitaine 2012

Competitive exam of Bordeaux with wines from Aquitaine region – Bordeaux Superieur 2010 Red – Silver medal



Château Fleur Haut Gaussens

Bordeaux Superieur 2010 Red – 88



Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014

Silver medal – Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014


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In the press

Millésime 2011



Guide 2014

“The Merlot grape variety is predominantly growing on the clay-limestone soil and dominates this wine
blended with a hint of both cabernets. The color is dense and the nose displays black fruits and toasted
coffee aromas due to the oak ageing leading to a pleasant mouth. This is confirmed on the attack. Some
tannin gives this 2011 a good structure but will need two to three years cellaring to become nicely integrated.” 

Bordeaux supérieur



Guide 2014

“Delicate peppery and red fruits flavours with a hint of green pepper. Generous on the palate with some
slightly firm tannin complemented by a lively mouth-feel.””

Bordeaux supérieur Red : 14/20



N°2070 May 2012

“Chocolate and black fruit aromas with a round and ripe mouth-feel, round tannins, supple unctuous well
made wine without too much extraction.”

Bordeaux Superieur 2011 Red – 15/20



n° 562 – June 2012

“Lightly smoked due to barrel ageing. A beautiful classic fruity and smoky Bordeaux style.”

Bordeaux supérieur : Réussites



Guide 2013

“We recommend that you drink it on the fruit during the three first years apart from outstanding vintage such as 2010 when the wine has a great ageing potential.”

Red : 30 hectares. Merlot 90%, Cabernet franc 5%, Cabernet-sauvignon 5%.
Bordeaux Superieur 2011 Red – 15/20

TERRE Château Fleur Haut Gaussens

Bordeaux Superieur 2011 Red – 15,5/20



International Wine Challenge 2014

Commended International Wine Challenge 2014



Decanter World Wine Awards 2014

Commended Decanter World Wine Awards 2014



Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014

Silver medal – Los Angeles International Wine Competition 2014



87pts Wine Spectator

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In the press

Millésime 2012



Guide 2015

Guide Hachette 2015

Despite a short maturation period, the oak dominates with a tar and spicy character. The fruit develops well. Generous and luscious with a good tannic structure, the palate is well balanced. 2015/2019

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Le Point

Le Point 2012

Clean fruitiness, ripe black fruits, velvety, oaked aged, smokey aromas, still rough, good wine that must age.

O= 2015 G= 6 years

Score : 14.5/15

Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



La Revue des Vins de France

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N° 572 June 2013

A very pleasant oak character well integrated with some fine tannins. A well balanced and long lasting fruit that is already pleasant.

Bordeaux supérieur : Exceptionnal

Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



Best French Wines Guide

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GUIDE 2014

 A beautiful explosion of fruit. Pleasantly oaked and finely toasted. Fresh on the palate.

Score : 15.5pts

Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



Wine Spectator

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86pts – 89pts

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Wine Enthusiast

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89pts

Chateau Fleur Haut Gaussens



Silver medal Concours General Agricole de Paris & Bronze Medal Concours des vins de Mâcon
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Château Fleur Haut Gaussens “Terres d’Argile”



Silver mdal – Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
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Bronze Medal – IWC
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In the press

Millésime 2014



Gold Medal Paris
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Château Fleur Haut Gaussens



85 pts eRobertParker

85 pts Neal Martin for www.eRobertParker.com



Bronze medal Decanter World Wine Awards
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IWC 2016 : Bronze medal

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2014

“Lots of complex dark fruit flavours and good use of oak. A little firm and tannic on the finish, making this an excellent food wine”


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In the press

Millésime 2015



Revue des Vins de France ( Best wines of the year)
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Château Fleur Haut Gaussens

15.5/16.5 pts

Complete and dense wine with a long finish. Beautiful style with lots of personnality and mineral hint. Excellent.

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens Malbec La Viminière

16.5/17.5pts

Outstanding wine with a beautiful intensity. The Malbec displays great flavours without any exageration. Out of the box & fresh resulting from a short maceration, it leads to a long lingering finish.



Robert Parker
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Château Fleur Haut Gaussens Malbec “La Viminière” 2015

Note : 88/90 pts

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015

Note : 88 pts



RVF : Le guide des meilleurs vins de France
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Château Fleur Haut Gaussens Malbec “La Viminière” 2015

Note : 17 pts Favorit 

“This new 100% Malbec wine issued from the estate’s south facing hilltops is a real flavour quake! Made from full bunches of grappes, it shows peony and black fruit flavours on the palate an some soft tannins”

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015

Note : 16 pts

“This 2015 is the best of talented winemaker Hervé Lhuillier! Spicy with fine peppery notes, an outstanding colour and perfect oak balance, it is a magnificent wine ! “



Favorit Cuisine et Vins

 

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“When he took over the estate in 1996, Hervé Lhuillier asked Olivier Dauga for advice. Since, the duet works wonders whether it is a good or bad vintage. In 2015 as prices generally go up, it is the wine to go for : a Bordeaux with velvety tannins, soft and racy in the same time, to be released in a few months.”



Decanter 2017 : Silver medal

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015

Note : 91 points



Concours de Bordeaux : Gold medal

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015

 



IWC 2017

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015

Silver Medal



Wine Enthusiast Millésime 2015

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens Malbec “La Viminière” 2015

Note : 90 points Editor’s Choice

 

                                                   This 100% Malbec from Hervè Lhuillier's young 2.5-acre parcel is a spicy ripe wine that reflects the warmth of the vintage. Great tannins and bold fruitiness are well blended for a wine that has good potential.

Château Fleur Haut Gaussens 2015
Note : 88 points

                                                                With the potential of a good structure and fruit, this is a warm ripe wine that has concentration and dense black fruits. The acidity at the end gives it a lift.

 


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