A brief history
Since 1934, a little less than a century looks back upon us. Back then, in order to survive a time of deep crisis, 126 winegrowers joined forces to create the Cave Intercommunale de Sauveterre-de-Guyenne.
After having regrouped along the years with the Caves Louis Vallon and Sauveterre-Blasimon-Espiet, the union now includes 300 families that, above all, consider themselves as such. This is why they chose to rename the company “Bordeaux Families”, like the many grapes of a single cluster.
Bordeaux Families’ aim is simple and comprehensive: produce wines from the vineyard to the cellar, and sell these wines, whether in bottles or in bulk.