On the commune of Saint-Ciers-De-Canesse, Château La Grolet covers 54 hectares divided into 38 hectares of red vineyards, but also in natural meadows, woodland, river and sources, a structure that has remained unchanged for centuries. With its vineyard divided into small terraces and steep slopes, Château La Grolet is proud to carry the Côtes de Bourg appelation in a landscape that is worth of "little Switzerland of Gironde", because this how Côtes de Bourg is named, Bordeaux appellation with a strong personality. The wines of Château La Grolet are its proof.
Château La Grolet is one of two châteaux owned by the Hubert family. Jean-Luc Hubert and his wife Catherine have brought life back into this noble XVIII century house. They are committed to natural viticulture and enhancing the biodiversity of their vineyard to protect the old vines. All vines are hand pruned and hand harvested to insure the grapes stay intact.