The domain of Malromé covers a surface area of 57 hectares, with 43 devoted to the vineyard. Exploited for five centuries, the vineyard is based on an exceptional terroir, made of clay gravely alluviums brought by the formation of the Pyrenean pit, where the Garonne was born. Recently restructured to express all its potential, the vineyard receives a fertilizer which allows the ground to live with a microbial activity suitable to the quality and the personality of its wines.
The red Merlot grape variety – majority in the zone Saint-Emilion Pomerol – occupies almost half of the domain’s vineyard, followed by the Cabernet Sauvignon variety characteristic of Médoc and Graves wines and of the spicy Malbec grape variety. To realize the Bordeaux blanc sec, nine hectares are occupied by white grape varieties such as the Sauvignon, the Sémillon and a little of Muscadelle.
An inspiring and inspired vineyard, entrusted to the cellar master M. Charles Estager who brought his expertise to other renowned designations. He is accompanied with the enologist Bruno Lacoste.
The Bordeaux Supérieur designation offers a large range of possibilities. Aware of its historic heritage, the Castle Malromé wants to produce great wines with the same intensive care, the same technical choices than Bordeaux great wines.