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Château Ducla White


The Mau family. 


One of the buildings on the estate dates back to the 14th century and boasts a remarkable period roof structure in the form of the upturned hull of a boat. At the time of the Hundred Years War, this building was used as a hunting pavilion by a Scottish Lord Mac Douglas, whose name has been deformed over the centuries to give "Ducla”. 

This old edifice in St Exupéry is reproduced on the labels of Château Ducla. Château Ducla was the first estate to be ISO 9001 registered.

Producion area

Castets, Saint Hilaire, Saint Exupéry. 


Produced throughout the Gironde region with Semillon and Sauvignon grapes, Bordeaux white are fruity, scented, and perfect served with seafood. 

Surface area of the estate 

26 hectares. 

Type of soil

Silt-clay-limestone hillsides. 

Vine varieties 

80% Sauvignon Blanc 10% Sauvignon Gris 10% Sémillon 

Average age of the vines 

25 years. 

Planting density 

5,000 vines/hectare. 

Vinification and maturing

Grapes sorted by hand on the vines. Pressing (pneumatic press), separation of the free-run and press juices followed by settling of the must at low temperatures. 

Alcoholic fermentation under temperature control in stainless-steel vats for 10 days to 3 weeks. Matured on the fine lees. 

Tasting notes

A brilliant, pale yellow colour. Fine bouquet with citrus scents (grapefruit, lemon). A lively attack leading into a nice full body and good balance. 

Serving suggestions 

Pleasant as an aperitif or served with grilled fish or a seafood platter.