Château de REIGNAC is ideally situated at the confluence of the Dordogne and Garonne Rivers (the “Entre Deux Mers”). REIGNAC offers a unique quality, that of reuniting the best types of terroir of both the Right and the Left Banks in a single estate.
Reignac offers the best Bordeaux quality price ratio, confirmed by blind tasting by European Grand Jury and scores awarded by the world’s leading tasters. Qualitative consistency of our wines results from our obsession for quality and our great terroir.
The original Château was built by Seigneur Baude de Peyron in the 16th century. Remodeled in the 18th and 19th centuries. A remarkable greenhouse was designed by Gustave EIFFEL, the man who created the tower that bears his name in Paris. Yves and Stephanie Vatelot, purchased REIGNAC in 1990 and have worked continuously ever since to restore the state to its former glory while introducing numerous innovations. The very talented Michel Rolland is their consulting oenologist.
Constant improvement :
1990 : Acquisition by Yves and Stephanie VATELOT.
1993 : Lake creation to prevent frost and design a magnificent landscape.
1996 : Elaboration of the REIGNAC “cuvée” rated 90/100 by Parker and ranked among the first 50 best Bordeaux.
1998 : Creation of an amazing tasting room in our 16th century tower.
2000 : REIGNAC was rated 92/100 by Parker
2002 : Elaboration of BALTHVS with the purchase of 3Ha totally planted with old Merlot and exclusively vinified in new oak barrels using the patented Vatelot method.
2005 : Temperature and hygrometry controlled in Bottle storage.
2006 : Creation of a new viticol effluent process that respects the environmental integrity.
2009 : Collaboration with JP Cousinie, a nutritional vine specialist to orchestrate treatment according to the need of each vine.
2010 : Bamboo plantation to process vinicol’s effluent.
2011 : Plantation of 3 hectares (2 ha Merlot and 1ha of Cabernet).L'équipe deReignac