Bordeaux wine: our selection of organic, biodynamic and natural wines
The worldwide reputation of the Bordeaux wine region is first and foremost due to its geographical location, which historically allowed it to export its production to Northern Europe very early on. The temperate climate, with its proximity to the sea, and the variety of soils have also played in its favour. The 60 Bordeaux wine appellations are mainly made from red grape varieties (e.g. Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon or Cabernet Franc). Semillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle are used in the composition of the whites, both dry and sweet. Here are our organic wines from Bordeaux and our natural wines selected for you.
The Bordeaux vineyard
The Bordeaux wine region is one of the best known and recognised in France. This notoriety, which has made the reputation of French wine, is due to its geographical situation which allowed it to export its production to Northern Europe very early on. But also to successive classifications as Crus (classified from 1st to 5th, Bourgeois, etc.). The quality of Bordeaux wines is also favoured by the temperate continental climate, with the proximity of the sea, and the variety of gravel and sandy alluvial soils found in this region.
The diversity of Bordeaux wines
There is a wide variety of natural Bordeaux wines, both white and red. The 60 appellations are mainly made from the powerful and structured red grape varieties Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. Among the white wines, there are dry and sweet wines such as Semillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle. Châteaux and major wine merchants compete for the prestigious Appellations made for ageing and for lovers of gourmet wines.
The best of natural Bordeaux wines
Through the selection of PetitesCaves, you can discover organic wines from Bordeaux, biodynamic wines from Bordeaux and natural wines from Bordeaux that will seduce you thanks to the exceptional work of the selected winegrowers like the Paul Barre vineyard for example!
You can also find on Petites Caves our other French regions: Alsace, Auvergne, Beaujolais, Burgundy, Champagne, Corsica/Provence, Jura, Languedoc, Rousillon, Savoie/Bugey, South-West, Loire Valley, Rhone Valley as well as our foreign wines!