Welcome to Château de La Dauphine, here you will find information about the property, its history, and the wines...

Fronsac

AN HISTORIC FINE WINE REGION
A former fiefdom, Charlemagne built a fortress here; the hills are perfectly sculpted to accommodate the most noble grape varieties.
Maria Josepha of Saxony

WHEN THE DAUPHINE OF FRANCE VISITED... LA DAUPHINE
Louis XVI’s mother, Mary Josepha gave her title of La Dauphine to the property in memory of her stay at the château in the 18th century
Château de La Dauphine

CHÂTEAU DE LA DAUPHINE
Château de La Dauphine’s wines are particularly appreciated for their fresh, vigorous tannins, and their silky, creamy texture.
Philosophy

A RIGOROUS APPROACH
The diverse soil types and their characteristics require meticulous care, with no room for approximations or easy choices. Every effort is made to ensure that the experience and expertise available to us is used as effectively as possible.

The Château’s videos

2016 looks like it’s going to be a good year: check out our video of the harvest!
The operation lasts three weeks for our 60 seasonal pickers who work their way through the 53 ha of vines

Our News

2 September 2016

The Jewel of Fronsac

What a great article, from the Great Wine Capitals Network, about our delicious lunches/diners at the estate ! Those perfect experiences were rewarded with the Gold Prize of the Best of Wine Tourism Contest. Chateau de la […]
16 August 2016

Honey Honey Honey !

Today we received our beekeeper to make the honey extraction of our two hives. Our lovely bees withstand brillantly asian hornet and diseases ! They produced up to 30 kilos this year. This honey will be available […]
21 July 2016

New Article about our summer meal

Follow Decanter’s tips and book your delicious meal at Château de La Dauphine (Best of Wine Tourism winner) for an authentic and great experience ! http://www.decanter.com/wine-travel/france/bordeaux-chateaux-restaurants-316148/    
13 June 2016
La Dauphine dans le Vignobles & Gastronomie

Flowering & Fruit Set

Thanks to a generous sun, the vine flower appeared around June the 6th.The stamens (male organ) and the pistils (female organ) are  out. The vine is hermaphrodite, it doesn’t need bees or birds, it will self-pollinate to form […]