Château Giraudot

Chateau Giraudot is located near Sauveterre de Guyenne in the commune of Puch, a 13th century fortified village that dates back to the English occupation

Situated on fine clay-limestone soil with stony subsoil, the Chateau’s vineyards are comprised of fifty hectares of meticulously maintained vines, divided between Bordeaux’s three traditional grape varieties, with an average age of thirty years

Wines of this superb quality are the result of limited yields, rigorous selection of grapes and careful blending.


50% Merlot - 30% Cabernet Franc - 20% Cabernet Sauvignon
Gold medal Blayais Bourgeais 2017
Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2017
Gold medal CWSA 2016
Gold medal Gilbert & Gaillard 2016