Famille André Lurton
Sustainable Family Estates

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As owners of vineyards in various Bordeaux appellations, our mission is to produce top-quality wines while preserving the authenticity of the terroirs.

Our commitments

At Vignobles Famille André Lurton, we proudly assert our status as committed vineyards. Our commitment is to produce wines that reflect their terroirs, with the utmost respect for the environment and people. Our environmental, social and corporate responsibility (CSR) approach is based on 4 pillars: preserving the environment, contributing to the well-being of our employees, contributing to the dynamics of our region and living in harmony with our neighbors.

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The Group

Wine tourism

The André Lurton family welcomes you to one of its most prestigious châteaux, Château La Louvière, a listed historic monument. Just a 20-minute drive from Bordeaux, in the Pessac-Léognan appellation, we welcome you all year round to discover unforgettable wine experiences.

Vignobles Famille André Lurton

A Passion Passed Down over Generations


vendanges rouges 2023


Aromatic potential, fruit & colour intensity are on the menu for the 2023 vintage!

Not all the appellations were equal in terms of weather conditions! The start of vegetation was even across the vineyards, with bud-break dates back to normal compared to last year. Foliage development was relatively rapid in all the vineyards. The vintage was already looking very promising. However, from 25 May onwards, heavy and continuous rainfall […]

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Press Release

André Lurton Family wines (re) enter the UK

After a quiet number of years in the UK, the André Lurton Family are re-focusing on this key market, with the support of new agency partner North South Wines. This is a partnership based on shared values, with a long-term commitment to bringing high quality wines to UK, and developing and growing the André Lurton […]

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2022 vintage : an atypical year with low yields but exceptional quality!

In the winemaker’s memory, 2022 will have been a particularly atypical year due to extreme climatic conditions: A very early spring frost (4/6th April) impacted the vineyard just as the vines were starting to bud and damaged the main buds. The plants regrew secondary buds with a large quantity of bunches, berries, but also empty […]

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