HISTORY

Situated within the renowned Saint-Émilion wine-growing region of Bordeaux, Clos Dubreuil’s vineyards cover an intimate 7-hectares producing select Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties. This represents an influential change since it was purchased by Benoit Trocard, prior to which the vineyard produced closer to 100% Merlot. The prime soils of Clos Dubreuil consist of chalk and limestone.

Benoit Trocard, the fifteenth generation of one of Bordeaux’s oldest winemaking families from the Right Bank, produce fine wines raised with love and passion to reach the top of Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Appellation.

With the 2013 vintage, Clos Dubreuil introduced a white Bordeaux fine wine to their portfolio, exclusively made from 100% Chardonnay and planted in the Lussac appellation with a southern exposure. The perfect site to plant vines on a white wine historical terroir of clay and limestone soils.

BTC Wines offers both recent and heritage vintages packed in original wooden cases, with the additional option of purchasing in Bitcoin (BTC)and Bitcoin Cash (BCH).


The range
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CLOS DUBREUIL
A truly gem wine which have consistently achieved very high scores from Robert Parker. Incredible finesse and concentration, 20 months in 100% new French oak barrels. 

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ANNA de CLOS DUBREUIL
2nd wine of Clos Dubreuil, which benefits from the same attention as its oldest. Harvesting is done by hand, using small baskets. Full body, firm tannins and long peppery finish.

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DUBREUIL CHARDONNAY
The first Chardonnay in Saint-Emilion Grand Cru area, in a very confidential production.
Let’s back to the roots of Left Bank, an historical terroir of astonishing white wines.

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Key people
Benoît Trocard comes from a family of winegrowers who have lived in the Saint - Émilion region for a long time. He bought Clos Dubreuil in 2002. He made the property grow, passing in twelve years from 1, 4 to 6, 5 hectares of planted surfaces. But before that, he gained experience in Australia, where he worked on three vintages at TarraWarra Estate. He came back with a "more human than technical " enrichment : in Australia, there is a very beautiful atmosphere around wine, wineries are open, there are wine bars everywhere... It is very festive, focused on sharing. That's the origin of wine ! »