Born of the expertise and know-how of the men and women who create it, the Yvecourt range offers authentic, accessible and fruity wines reflecting the know-how of Bordeaux wines.

Yvecourt, a human story for more than 45 years

More than 45 years of unwavering commitment to quality are what drives the Jury of Grand Cellar Masters, which rigorously selects the best blend for each new vintage of Yvecourt wines.

Supple wines supported by fruit, harmony and balance are how the Yvecourt range makes Bordeaux wines accessible to the widest possible audience.

In order to ensure a consistent style, Yvecourt created the “Jury of Grand Masters of Cellars” in 2012. Oenologists or Cellar Masters from long standing Bordeaux châteaux and cooperative cellar partners has the delicate task each year to determine the best Yvecourt blend.

With more than two million bottles sold via mass market distribution in France, Yvecourt celebrated its 45th anniversary in 2021.

45 years of expertise and dynamism epitomised by Florence Beurg (Yvecourt’s cellar master), who is driven by a desire to offer consumers fruity, accessible wines of unerring quality.

Helping to protect the environment, Yvecourt is now one of the first Bordeaux wine brands to have obtained Level 3 ‘Haute Valeur Environnementale’ certification for its entire range (red, white and rosé in bottle and Bag-in-Box®).

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Yvecourt Bordeaux wines

Well known and well appreciated all over the world, the Bordeaux region offers a wide range of wines spanning brands, chateaus, and Grands Crus with a global reputation.

Located in south-western France, Bordeaux’s vineyards cover more than 110,000 hectares, influenced by a temperate oceanic climate and the two rivers flowing through the region: the Garonne and the Dordogne. Its wines have an ‘Appellation d’Origine Protégée’ (protected designation of origin) that requires compliance with a strict set of specifications for the winemaking process.

Made primarily from the Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon grape varieties, the appellation allows for wines in three colours (primarily red at 85% of volume, then white – both dry and sweet – and rosé) and even sparkling wines with Crémant de Bordeaux. There are 65 appellations for Bordeaux wines, and the ‘Bordeaux & Bordeaux Supérieur’ appellation represents 44% of annual volume.

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