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New face of Castillon Cotes
Castillon Cotes, the playground of Bordeaux
explore the possibility of this ancient land
Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux were known as a region that produces less expensive bulk clarets in the past. Gone are these days, and DECO is very proud to bring you two certified biodynamic estate from the area!

Ch. Peyrou starts when Catherine Papon purchased a small plot in Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux in 1989, near the St Emilion border. Catherine is also the owner of Ch. Gaillard, a St Emilion Grand Cru estate. Running the two estates as if they are twins, Catherine has given the same attention and devotion to them - but Ch. Peyrou is more like a playground for exploration, no rules, more possibilities!

Clos Puy Arnaud is located just 2 km from St. Emilion, the land shares the same great terrior for growing Merlot. The estate has a passion for this grape and uses up to 50% in the blend! The wine is aged in Amphora 25%, aiming to restore the long tradition of wine making since Greek time.

Welcome to the playground of Bordeaux.


2015 La Petite Pervenche, Clos Puy Arnaud, Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux

Price: $260

Tasting Note: Deep purple in clour, with violet and black fruits noses. Good and approachable fruits, fine acidity, silky texture. Delicate tannin. Enjoy this wine after opening 4-6 hours. You might also open it 24 hours in advance for a warm and delicate touch.

Grape: 75% Merlot, 25% Cabernet Franc

Soil: limestone

Production: 8,700 bottles

Aging: 6 months in 100% cement, with natural yeasts

2015 Chateau Peyrou, Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux

Price: $280

Tasting Note: Ch. Peyrou is full of energy. It has excellent acidity, round tannin and creamy texture. Pure and authentic, with a palate of chocolate, spice and red fruits. - by Catherine Papon

Grape: Merlot 90%, Cabernet Franc 10%

Soil: clay

Aging: 30% new barrel for 1 year