Domaine de L' Aurage Cotes de Castillon 2008

Wine Attributes 

 wine attributes

Tasting Notes


Domaine de L’Aurage Cotes de Castillon 2008 is an exquisite full-bodied red wine. This wine displays a concentration of dark fruit, mingled with bright tannins and a hint of spice. Enjoy this well-balanced and complex blend of Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Malbec with a selection of cheeses, an indulgent dinner, or your favorite dessert. The quality of this vintage is attested to by its ideal balance of acidity and alcohol, contributing to its delightful complexity.

About the Producer

About the Producer


Domaine de l'Aurage is a prestigious estate located in the Côtes de Castillon appellation of Bordeaux, France. It is owned and operated by the renowned Mitjavile family, known for their winemaking expertise and commitment to producing exceptional wines.

Louis Mitjavile, the talented winemaker behind Domaine de l'Aurage, is the son of François Mitjavile, the visionary winemaker behind the acclaimed Roc de Cambes and Tertre Rôteboeuf estates. Louis follows in his father's footsteps, bringing his own unique touch and passion to the wines of Domaine de l'Aurage.

The estate benefits from an exceptional terroir, with vineyards planted on clay and limestone soils. The combination of these soils, along with the region's cool climate and the influence of the nearby Dordogne River, creates the ideal conditions for producing wines of character and finesse.

Domaine de l'Aurage is known for its commitment to sustainable viticulture, respecting the environment and allowing the grapes to fully express their terroir. The vineyards are meticulously tended to by hand, ensuring that only the finest grapes are selected for winemaking.

The wines of Domaine de l'Aurage showcase the signature style of the Mitjavile family, characterized by elegance, balance, and complexity. With meticulous attention to detail and a focus on low yields, the estate produces limited quantities of exceptional wines that reflect the unique character of the Côtes de Castillon.