Château Cazebonne

Château Cazebonne


Nestled deep in the famous Graves subregion of Bordeaux you’ll find the ancient Chateau Cazebonne, an estate that has been producing wines since at least 1700.

The history of the estate is long and prestigious, with Jean-Baptiste Duquesne at the helm since 2016, after he felt a pull to return to his native Bordeaux.

This 42 hectare estate is Jean-Baptiste’s playgound, especially when it comes to grape varieties. He has replanted 51 long-forgotten varieties, all native to Bordeaux which gives his wines an edge from his neighbours  His dedication to organic and biodynamic viticulture elevates his wines even further, making them truly unique.


  • Philosophy:
    • Jean Baptiste works with organic and biodynamic viticulture.
    • Indigenous yeasts in the cellar.
    • Little or no sulphites added, depending on the wine and the vintage.
  • Vineyards
    • 42 hectares
    • 6 main plots that span typical Graves soils of limestone/clay, gravel and sand
Filters List
  • Price range
  • Wine Type Orange Red White
  • Style Complex Fresh and fruity Full-bodied wine
  • Country France
  • Region Bordeaux
  • Winemaker Château Cazebonne
  • Philosophy Biodynamic Low Intervention Natural No sulphites added
  • Specials Amphora Rarity
  • Soil Type Gravels Limestone
  • Grape Variety Cabernet Sauvignon Merlot Sauvignon gris Sémillon
  • Vintage 2019
  • Sweetness Dry
  • Alcohol 13%
  • Serving Temperature 10-12°C 14-16°C
  • Bottle size 0.75 l
  • Allergens Contains Sulphites
  • Organic certificate

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