May 27, 2020 1 min read

Country: France
Appellation: Saint Estèphe


Planted on a historic terroir composed of 95% Garonne gravel and 5% clay, the vineyard is spread over three distinct locations, taking advantage of exceptional richness and aromatic diversity. The traditional grape varieties of the Médoc, Cabernet Sauvignon (53%), Merlot (33%), Cabernet Franc (9%) and Petit Verdot (5%) express the originality of the Saint-Estèphe terroir. Respectful of the environment, vineyard management favours tillage and natural fertilizer in order to minimize the use of chemicals.

Didier Cuvelier is accompanied by Vineyard Manager Jonathan Servant, Oenologist Isabelle Davin and Cellar Master Vincent Pautard. From the vineyard to the bottle, combining tradition and modernity, the expertise of the team is used to produce wines of high quality while respecting the soil and the identity of the château.

Chateau le Crock 2012: The 2012 is very silky and creamy, velvety and suave on the palate. An affordable and delicious wine. — Revue du Vin de France, June 2013.