History

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The history of Château Tour Bicheau begins in 1876, when flat-bottomed river barges were used to deliver the local stone which would become the Château’s famous tower.
Five generations of winemakers have worked this land, adhering to a simple philosophy: great wines come from great grapes.
Rigorous attention to details and constant technical evolution have established the outstanding reputation that Château Tour Bicheau enjoys among wine-lovers all over the world.
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Our work

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The vineyard is located on the Haut Portets plateau, a much-coveted gravel outcrop which produces some of the region’s most refined and prestigious wines.
The vines are tended almost entirely by hand, with binding, two rounds of branch selection, leaf-thinning and selective harvests.
The winemaking facilities include a cutting-edge vat room and traditional barrel cellar.
The winemakers work with the utmost respect for tradition, enhancing these processes with modern oenological techniques where required.
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Grand vin de Graves

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Château Tour Bicheau is fleshy, full-bodied, generous on the palate and harmonious in its finish.
The wines of the estate have won many medals and awards in France and elsewhere in Europe.

The estate also produces an elegant, fruity dry white and a rosé which is perfect for summer celebrations, along with two exclusive Reserve wines crafted from the fruit of the Château’s oldest vines and matured entirely in new oak barrels.