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Château Haura: Jean Jacques Dubourdieu

When you hear the name Dubourdieu you think of Denis, the charismatic oenology professor, wine consultant and researcher who advised wineries all over the world, made a considerable contribution to the current state of the art of Bordeaux winemaking, and died before his time.
Denis Dubourdieu's son Jean Jacques has been running the family estates for over ten years.
But the Dubourdieus have been winemakers in Bordeaux for generations.
Denis Dubourdieu's son Jean Jacques has been running the family estates for over ten years. He now watches over 135 hectares of vines in three appellations: Bordeaux (Château Reynon), Sauternes (Doisy Daëne) and Graves (Clos Floridène, Haura). Haura is a speciality in the small Dubourdieu empire, because it only vinifies red grapes. "We started looking after this special estate in 2000", Jean Jacques tells us enthusiastically. "The name Haura comes from havre, haven – and Haura is indeed a secluded haven of peace and tranquillity, on two deep-gravel knolls at the edge of the forest with a babbling brook between them." Haura perfectly illustrates what is possible on the excellent soils of the Graves, probably the most misunderstood Bordeaux appellation. This small estate produces only about 50,000 bottles a year – but they are of the finest quality.

Wines from Château Haura