Domaine Andron

Domaine Andron - A new domain with the highest ambitions in the Haut Médoc

In 2006 four Dutch entrepreneurs and wine lovers who knew each other from wine-tasting events, were offered to buy Domaine Andron with its 7 hectares of excellent quality vines and terroir. Domaine Andron is situated in the little village of Saint-Seurin de Cadourne (just north of Saint Estèphe), being neighbors of the famous Sociando-Mallet. The four entrepreneurs had the ambition to make Domaine Andron a pearl of the Médoc. They settled for nothing less than the best techniques in vineyard and chai.r.

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Domaine Andron in ratings

Wine Spectator 2009

90 points out of 100

Rene Gabriel 2009

18 points out of 20

Wine Spectator 2010

91 points out of 100

Rene Gabriel 2010

18 points out of 20

Wine Spectator 2011

89 points out of 100

Rene Gabriel 2011

18 points out of 20

Wine Spectator 2012

85-88 points out of 100(en primeur)

Rene Gabriel 2012

17 points out of 20 (en primeur)

Wine Spectator 2014

88-91 points out of 100 (en primeur)

Rene Gabriel 2014

17 points out of 20 (en primeur)

Our Wines

Andron

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.

Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.

Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.

Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.

Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.

Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.

Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)

Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
 

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  • Andron 2006
  • Petit Andron 2006
  • Petit Andron 2007
  • ANDRON 2010
  • Andron 2011
  • Andron 2012
  • Andron 2013
Andron 2006

Andron 2006

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Andron 2010

Andron 2010

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Petit Andron 2007

Petit Andron 2007

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Petit Andron 2006

Petit Andron 2006

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Andron 2011

Andron 2011

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Andron 2012

Andron 2012

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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Andron 2013

Andron 2013

Appellation: Haut- Médoc.
Vineyard: 7 hectares; 80% graves and 20% argilo-calcaire; 70% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon and 10% Cabernet Franc; density is 7000 plants per hectare with an average age of 35 years. The plants are guided to a higher length along poles and wires thus receiving more sunlight and leading to quicker ripening.
Work in the vineyard: Traditional, by hand. Plowing, grass growing, thinning and green harvesting.
Harvest: Manual at the optimal time. The picked grapes are transported to the chai in small crates.
Vinification: Selection on two tables de tris. Fermentation in wooden cuves of 45 Hl which are thermo regulated.
Elevage: Natural start of malolactic fermentation in new oak barrels for 80% and 20% in barrels of 1 year old. The duration depends on the evolution of the vintage – subject to repeated tastings - between 16 and 24 months.
Second Wine: Petit Andron (so far only in 2006 and 2007)
Production: 35 hectoliters per hectare, which is about 32.000 bottles.
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DOMAINE ANDRON

24 Rue Georges Mandel
33180 SAINT SEURIN DE CADOURNE
- France -

M: +31 (0) 6 11 300 324

E: erik.wuite@domaine-andron.com
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