Fine wines from Bordeaux since 1903

Wine merchant in Bordeaux

More than 50 partners over the entire Bordeaux vineyard.

Chassagnoux et Fils: five generations committed to strong partnerships with small Châteaux to offer you wines of great quality.

Buying directly to the winemakers, we control each step of the distribution and make sure everyone gets respected for their work .

  • Wine owners
  • Wine growers

We defend winemakers conscientious work throughout the year in the vineyard and in the winery during the winemaking process.

We also offer you our know-how in France and abroad thanks to our logistics capabilities (storage cellars over 1000m2).

A reactive team at your disposal that will fit your needs.

  • Red wine
  • Rosé wine
  • White wine
  • Sweet wine
  • Crémant de Bordeaux

Chassagnoux Winemaker

Xavier Chassagnoux, owner of Château Renard and Château Virecourt, is producing wines in the Fronsac and Bordeaux Supérieur appellations.

From 1955 to 2015, the Chassagnoux family owns the Château Jean Voisin, producing Saint-Émilion Grand Cru wines.

Our vineyards in the appellations Fronsac and Bordeaux Supérieur have in common the authenticity of the land and their privileged positions for optimal ripeness, giving our wines their well-known tipicity.

We guarantee a traditional wine making process, using only techniques that are specific to the wines of our region.

Find out more about our wines, our partners and our exclusive brands here.

Primeur, Grands Crus and rare wines

Long years of serious work have allowed us to be referenced on the Place de Bordeaux, gaining access to the most prestigious Bordeaux wines: the Grands Crus Classés*.

The fact that a merchant is listed on the Place de Bordeaux is a guarantee of confidence and reliability granted by the owners of the chateaux.

* A Bordeaux Grand Cru en primeur is a vintage on sale while it is not yet bottled. These wines are sold in advance, and should aged 18 months in oak barrels after purchasing. This practice exists in Bordeaux for more than two centuries. 

If these primeur sales represent a clear advantage for the château, it also represents one for buyers who can thus ensure the availability of the Grands Crus Classés and look for more attractive business opportunities.