Wineries

If you’re looking to find something totally new, or if you're visiting Bordeaux and want to learn more about a winery or how to visit them, explore our list of wineries below to discover what this iconic region has to offer.


Château de Reignac at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers.

Bordeaux Winery Facts

  • There are nearly 6,000 wineries in Bordeaux.
  • The average winery in Bordeaux has 42 acres (17 ha) of vines.
  • Bordeaux average production is 649 million of bottles of wine.
  • The oldest winery in Bordeaux is over 700 years old (Château Pape Clément)
  • Properties can range in size from over 741 acres (300 ha) to as small as 1.7 acres (0.7 ha).
Selected Bordeaux Wineries

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As a wave of housing development threatened to engulf the small Bordeaux wine village of Cardan and take away its rural culture, its community decided to take a stand to safeguard and sustain its future. Founded with the mission to protect the heritage of the beautiful village of Cardan, sustain its rural community and to hand produce high quality organic wines, Paradise Rescued was founded by Australian engineer entrepreneur and villager David Stannard in 2010. Beginning with a half hectare block of neglected Cabernet Franc, overlooked by the 12th century village church, setting an organic viticulture / wine strategy in place, Paradise Rescued has progressively restored the vineyard to good health and created the unique Bordeaux B1ockOne varietal Cabernet Franc brand wine. In 2011, a second vineyard block was purchased next to the property and winery. The existing (now) 65 year old Merlot vines were retained and the remaining area cleared and replanted in new Merlot in 2014. This vineyard has become the home of Paradise Rescued Merlot and BlockTwo Merlot CabFranc Bordeaux blend. Our wine philosophy is “fruit forward” - what we grow in the vineyard is reflected in the wine we produce. The wines are elegant, forward and easy to drink at a young age but with the potential to age beautifully, reflecting the care taken in both the vineyard and winery. We combine straightforward traditional techniques of winemaking and oak barrel maturation combined with modern organic science and minimal intervention. “Good wines are first created in the vineyard and the soil in which they are grown. We want our wines to reflect our efforts to create a dynamic organic vineyard environment.” David Stannard, Founder The Paradise Rescued vision is to be a progressive niche niche brand leader. We export our wines across the Euro zone, the United Kingdom, Australia and the USA (pending). We welcome visitors to our vineyards and winery and look forward to sharing our story with you in person. Paradise Rescued was awarded the 2021 France Winery of the Year for Cabernet Franc by the Melbourne International Wine Competition for its 2015 (Double Gold Medal) and 2014 (Gold Medal) awards. Paradise Rescued is also a two time winner of a Silver Stevie International Business Award.

Producing:
Cabernet Franc
Merlot