The most radical winemaker in Bordeaux? Olivier Cazenave’s wines represent the antithesis to what we are led to expect from this most traditional of wine regions. Olivier and his wife Anne discovered Château de Bel on the banks of the Dordogne in 2003. They have grown the vineyards to eight hectares as well as taken on those of friends and family elsewhere in Bordeaux, with one-third of a hectare in Pomerol and two hectares in Montagne Saint-Émilion.
Very powerful biodynamic St-Émilion that's fruit forward, with fine tannins and a fruity finish.