A diamond in the rough.
Château Falfas Bordeaux “Les Demoiselle” is composed of Cabernet Sauvignon (25%) and Merlot (75%), all fermented with indigenous yeasts. The vines are up to ten years of age, and thrive in chalky limestone and gravelly loam while being Biodynamically-farmed. This is a rarity within Bordeaux, and the resulting wines from Château Falfas are classic and balanced, yet beautifully reflect the terroir.
- Véronique Cochran farms 20 hectares of Merlot, Cabernet, Cabernet Franc and Malbec, and is bucking the trend of conventional winemaking within the region.
- The estate was rebuilt in 1612 on foundations that go all the way back to the Hundred Years’ War.
- The property sits on the Right Bank of the Gironde River, famous for Merlot dominant wines.
- Château Falfas prioritizes long vinifications, and never chaptalizes their wines.