Pradignac in a few words

The Pradignac trademark was registered by the Union Vinicole in 1962 .

This collection is a bestseller in the traditional network of cafes, hotels, restaurants and wine merchants. The range is quite wide and skilfully represents the main terroirs of Bordeaux: AOC Bordeaux red, Saint-Émilion, Médoc and Pessac-Léognan.

The Pradignac reds are blended with classic grape varieties from Merlot , Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc. They have been selected for their quality taste which is reminiscent of the standard flavors expected of Bordeaux.

With a light color and ruby ​​red , the wines are essentially fruity and have a persistent length with silky tannins . Pradignac white wines are also made with the usual grapes Sauvignon Blanc (70%) and Sémillion (30 %).

They are designed to be fresh with aromas of peach and white flowers . THE aging in French oak brings additional sweetness and complexity.

Finally, this collection of “classics” includes a rosé wine full of charm, intense and elegant at the same time.