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The Château

Our family watchwords are to maintain, improve, transmit and constantly renew our approach.
The name "La Loubière" comes from "la loubère", meaning "the land of wolves" in Occitan. Château La Loubière takes its name from the locality where the estate was developed, on the edge of "a forest where wolves once lived". The Teycheney-Roux family have been the owners since 1850. They chose this emblem for their wine, which they have been producing with love and devotion for five generations.

The terroir

The terroir is highly varied, consisting of well-balanced soils that benefit from the mild ocean climate.
All the grape varieties are harvested separately, as the subtle art of assemblage is used in this Bordeaux region.
The estate of La Loubière, like all the vineyards on the right bank of the Garonne, flourishes under the influence of the Gironde's temperate ocean climate. The right bank plays a major part in the global reputation of Bordeaux wines.
The Loubière estate is characterised by the variety of its terroir, with a shallow layer of clay/limestone soil (less than 1 m deep) on marine fossil limestone rock. The soils also contain gravel and silt.

The wines

Authentic, easy-to-drink wines
Our vines are cultivated according to the principle of integrated viticulture, with considerable human input and expertise in line with tradition and the terroir.
We take the greatest care in making and maturing our wines.
Our leading wine: Château la Loubière, Bordeaux Supérieur appellation
Our second wine: Le Loup de La Loubière, Bordeaux appellation


Château La Loubière
3 route de la Loubère – 33450 Montussan

How to get there:

From Bordeaux: take the RN89 to Libourne/Lyon. Take exit 3, then the first turning on the left.

– 25 minutes from Bordeaux-Mérignac airport

– 20 minutes from Bordeaux city centre

– 15 minutes from the Saint Jean train station


+33 5 56 44 36 72