Harmony and lightness reign in the garden surrounding the 19th century house where I live. I was inspired to call this wine “Beau Jardin”. The name is a tribute to the smaller family properties that often grow their vines like a garden.
The presence of generations of the Géricot family in the Bordeaux trade since 1823 has made it possible to forge many strong relationships in the vineyard. So today I can access batches of high quality wines to create my blends.
To obtain freshness and balance, I favour Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.
These later grape varieties are particularly well-suited on our terroirs to recent climatic changes.
Beau Jardin is a distinctive wine, elegant and taut.