Maison Henriette Dubourdieu

In the heart of a winegrowing region

On the borders of the Béarn, Landes and Bigorre regions can be found the district of Riscle (Gers) with its seven designations (AOP) and (IGP).
Bas Armagnac, Floc de Gascogne, Côtes de St Mont, Côtes de Gascogne, Tursan, Madiran and Pacherenc.
Maison Henriette Dubourdieu Vineyard is in the production area of the first four of these and is located in the municipalities of Lelin-Lapujolle and Caumont.
The air blowing in from the Bay of Biscay is really beneficial for the vines and this is the case throughout the whole of the Pyrenean foothills.


Our wines

The 2019 vintage promises to be especially fruity, with exotic aromas for the white wines and a coral colour for the rosé.

Moustroun 2018Rating 88
Smelling of forest floor, black tea leaves and balsamic, this penetrating, darkly colored wine is a tour de force. Chiseled tannins meet roaring acidity to provide ample structure. Bold and youthful, this has time to become more subtle in the bottle. Offering a feisty array of black currant bud, barely ripe blackberry and pithy blackplum skin, this needs a seat at the dinner table. Drink now–2024. — Published (2/6/2020)

La Maison Henriette Dubourdieu,

independent wine-growers at heart

Since 1926, 3 generations of the Tomas Bouil family have followed on from each other showing the same passion for winegrowing and the making of wines with natural aromas, and the fourth generation is now following suit and taking up the challenge. 


& Savoir-faire

Everyday gestures coming from a “savoir-faire” handed down from generation to generation and a commitment to sustainable agriculture.   

The Vineyard: nine plots of land, nine different identities – the oldest one going back to 1922

Each of the 18,000 vinegrapes making up Maison Henriette Dubourdieu vineyard has its own special identity.

The terroir. Coherence between the plots and varieties of grapes

Maison Henriette Dubourdieu’s terroir is unique as regards the typicity of the wine it produces. The terroir today is the result of almost a century of observing, testing and analysing so as to pick out the best plots and the most appropriate varieties of grapes.

Winegrowing going back to the methods used in 1926

My grandfather used to say “The tractor is not to be used in the vines, today we use it as little as possible”. Maison Henriette Dubourdieu is in favour of sustainable agriculture and is committed to a sustainable development approach.

Winemaking - very specific, natural, fruity aromas

Each of the nine plots which make up Maison Henriette Dubourdieu vineyard is vinified separately so that each of them can develop its own specific aroma.

Maison Henriette Dubourdieu

SINCE 1926

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