What D’Artagnan would have drunk

Château le Puy’s commitment to organic, non-intervention methods is bringing us the tastes of 400 years ago, with an expressive raw vivacity that is well worth splashing out on

23rd September, 2018
Horses ploughing the soil in Château Le Puy vineyard, near Bordeaux

Just when you think you know every inch of a wine region, there is always one more village and one more bend in the road to be astounded by. Château le Puy is the perfect example.

In this case we find ourselves in one of the highest parts of Bordeaux at around 110 metres, on a forested plateau overlooking the beautiful cliff-top village of Saint-Émilion, one of the best-known wine names on the...

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