Château Daviaud AOC Bordeaux Red - Technical sheet


Château Daviaud

AOC Bordeaux Red

At the end of the 1960s, the Sichel Family firmly established itself in the southern part of the Côtes de Bordeaux area, by setting up the Bel Air cellar in the village of Saint-Maixant. At that time, it became the first Bordeaux wine merchant to possess its own winemaking cellar. Unceasingly striving to improve procedures, infrastructures and wines made in its cellar, the Sichel Family stepped up its presence near Langon by purchasing, in 2002, Château Argadens (40 hectares), in Saint André du Bois. At the start of 2020, the Sichel Family took control of Château DAVIAUD, a property it knew well. In fact, part of the estate figured among the “providers” for the Bel Air cellar. Since the Château had been put up for sale, there was a considerable risk of losing a partner of good quality. By buying the entire vineyard and its infrastructures, the Sichel Family consolidated its production hub and added a new property to its range.

Technical sheets

  • 2019

    VINTAGE 2019


    The wine’s colour is strong, but not excessively so and lets us perceive a refined style, already displaying the large proportion of Cabernet Franc in the blend. The nose is expressive on notes of fruit and lots of spice; it reveals ripeness and is very fresh. On the palate, this wine is charming, with surprising fullness, smoothness and also a lot of depth.


    Ready to drink from 2020 and, in our opinion, between now and 2025.


    Silver Medal - Decanter World Wine Awards 2021

  • 2020

    VINTAGE 2020


    Beautiful garnet colour. Its style, gourmet and aromatic with notes of fresh fruit (cherry, blackcurrant, blackberry and blueberry), plays on balance, depth and charm, with a nice structure and a long and pleasant finish on the palate. Already ready to drink, this Château Daviaud is a reference Bordeaux, authentic and modern, to be enjoyed on all occasions.


    Ready to drink from 2022 and, in our opinion, between now and 2026.


    Gold medal - Concours de Bordeaux 2021