Our Portfolio

No portfolio in the world offers the range, diversity and value of the AdVini family of winemakers in France and around the globe. Select a wine below for more details.

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Château Capet-Guillier

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Château Capet-Guillier 2012

Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOP

The Chateau Capet-Guillier is located in Saint-Hippolyte on the south coast of the limestone plateau of Saint-Emilion. Soils clay and limestone allow the production of naturally rich and concentrated grapes. A respectful winemaking philosophy and interventionist through the maintenance of natural soil with cereals sown to enable loosening and enrichment. This type of wine can reveal the full potential of this place to discover. More »

Château Grand Renom

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Château Grand Renom Bordeaux Rouge 2014

Bordeaux AOP

The Château Grand Renom is located in Eynesse on south-west facing hillsides on the foothills of the Dordogne with an altitude of 262 Ft. There is an integrated viticulture. Rotation of cereal and leguminous plants in autumn to loosen and naturally enrich the soils (natural integration of atmospheric nitrogen into the soil) as well as green pruning (but pruning, leaf thinning). The vineyard was developed just after the French Revolut... More »

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Château Grand Renom Bordeaux Rouge 2013

Bordeaux Rouge AOP

The Château Grand Renom is located in Eynesse on south-west facing hillsides on the foothills of the Dordogne with an altitude of 262 Ft. There is an integrated viticulture. Rotation of cereal and leguminous plants in autumn to loosen and naturally enrich the soils (natural integration of atmospheric nitrogen into the soil) as well as green pruning (but pruning, leaf thinning). The vineyard was developed just after the French Revolut... More »

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Château Grand Renom Bordeaux Supérieur 2012

Bordeaux Supérieur AOP

The Château Grand Renom is located in Eynesse on south-west facing hillsides on the foothills of the Dordogne with an altitude of 262 Ft. There is an integrated viticulture. Rotation of cereal and leguminous plants in autumn to loosen and naturally enrich the soils (natural integration of atmospheric nitrogen into the soil) as well as green pruning (but pruning, leaf thinning and decompacting). The vineyard was developed just after t... More »

Château Tour de Capet

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Château Tour de Capet 2012

Saint-Emilion Grand Cru AOP

Located in Saint-Hippolyte at the foot of the southern end of the Saint-Émilion plateau. Altitude of 164 Ft. Soils are maintained naturally with mulching and cereals are sown to enable loosening and enrichment. Although the winery is at Chateau Capet-Guillier, the estate is very much a vineyard in its own right with its own identity and character. Its wine offers incredible finesse and wonderful balance on the palate, all underpinne... More »

Château D'Hanteillan

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Princesses D'Hanteillan 2012

Haut-Médoc AOP

Princesses D’Hanteillan is meant to offer a wine of Haut-Médoc appellation with an aromatic profile open to all tasters as moslty focusing on fruit notes. Made with a selection of the youngest vines of the vineyard, this second label wine is vinified to reach fruit and freshness. More »

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Château D'Hanteillan 2012

Haut-Médoc AOP

Referenced in the 12th century as belonging to the Abbey of Vertheuil, it later became a family estate and one of the first Crus Bourgeois wines of the appellation. It was purchased in 1972 by the Mathieu-Blasco family. It's a traditional viticulture. Partial labouring and organic fertilisation. More »