Ch. Fleur Haut Gaussens, a 30-hectare property north of Fronsac on Bordeaux’s Right Bank, stands out for the quality and originality of its wines. The estate is situated on the beautiful hillsides around Vérac, overlooking Pomerol and Lalande de Pomerol. It has been owned by the Lhuillier family since 1941, who craft boutique wines that are full of personality. Quality and consistency are evident in their terroir-driven winemaking approach which combines tradition and modernism. Fourth-generation Hervé Lhuillier is currently at the helm, owner and winemaker of this Bordeaux Supérieur property. He produces three cuvées: the classic Ch. Fleur Haut Gaussens is a typical Right Bank style Bordeaux blend, predominantly Merlot (with a proportion of Cabernet and Malbec which varies according to vintage). Alongside this, Hervé produces two more unusual, single-varietal bottlings: a Malbec (La Viminière) and a Cabernet Franc (La Bergeronette).