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Le Bout du Monde
Cuvée le Bout du Monde - Domaine Serisier - Grands Vins de Bordeaux
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Grand Vin de Bordeaux

Cuvée le Bout du Monde

This wine comes from a high quality terroir historically called « fields at the end of the world » and is located on a clay and limestone plateau overlooking the Dordogne.

The clay and limestone plateau of Cadillac brings about the full expression of traditional varieties, everything being combined to allow the perfect maturing of the fruit and the characteristics of a great wine.

The vinification is made classically, so as to use only the best and necessary parts of the grapes.

This wine is also the creation of two men : Richard Serisier, an Australian owner come back on ancestral ground, and Stéphane Renié, a French wine technician. Both are respectful of traditional and contemporary wine making techniques.

This wine is made with passion and care and rewards us with absolute pleasure…the end of the world.


Origin of property : acquired in 2012

Acreage : 12 hectares

Location : Fronsac plateau

Soil : clay and limestone

Climate : oceanic temperate

Varieties : 100% Merlot

Average age of plantation : 30 years

Wine making : traditional with temperature control

Blending : 100% Merlot

Maturing : for 14 months ; 100% of casks renewed each year

Available vintages : 2012

Vintages qualifications


This tasty vintage is quite what was expected by its author : the first elegant scent, once aired, yields subtle notes of red and black berries with a spicy touch. The taste of fruit becomes ample in the mouth, round and mellow at first, tighter and silky afterwards, he final taste revealing again the fruit and spices.



Gold medal at Le Concours des Grand Vins de France Macon 2014.

Silver medal at Concours International de Lyon 2015.

Tasting Comments


Jacques Dupont, Le Point, May 2013


Tasted during Bordeaux Primeurs April 2013 (barrel sample)

« Black fruits, round, fruity, supple in the mouth, mellowing pleasant, to be drunk without waiting. »


John Salvi, MW tasted in Bordeaux 2014


COLOUR: deep, rich, vivid colour with purple edge veering to ruby. Bright and attractive;

NOSE: Open, generous nose of ripe fruit. Black fruits with notes of cassis. Nose evolves with aeration into a clean, warm and fresh bouquet with Merlot predominating. The nose is perfumed but retains freshness with fragrant florality;

PALATE: Above all smooth, deep-fruited and spicy. Has character. Classical Merlot flavours. Wine is relatively complex, well structured and complete. Good, fresh and clean acidity. Smooth, almost silky, totally integrated tannins. The tannins and the acidity will ensure that the wine ages gracefully without deviating. Attractive underlying minerality. Good length and lingering aftertaste. A ripe, well-fruited, easy-drinking, supple and pleasant wine.


Peter Scudamore-Smith, MW tasted in Brisbane July 2015


A rich wine, a merlot of 100% cepage. There is a hint of New World thinking from the prominent fruit aromas (conserve, red fruits, white flowers) and nose richness from 15 months in French oak barrels (five makers) giving chocolate, mint and generous fruit complexity. The three weeks vatting gives robust yet gliding tannins, fullness and depth of after-flavours of cedar and oak camphor, spice and flavour density. It continues to build in the bottle since bottling: it shows pedigree in a region with more than 700 years of viticultural experience on these same soils. It enjoys breathing, aerating or decanting for up to a day.


Derek Smedley, MW


Merlot 100%

Tasted in Lilley March 2016

92 points Drinking 2016-26

The fruit on the nose is bright and fresh the start of the palate has a mix of bilberry and cassis. There is mid richness and sweetness black plums and ripe black cherry and although lighter and firmer at the back the finish has dark chocolate richness.


Ben Thomas, The Weekly Review, Melbourne, April 2016


Bordeaux wines are generally blends of cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot. This is all merlot. It’s a fruit-driven wine and there are aromas and flavours of dark berries, violets, liquorice bullets and cedar. The fruit is complemented by gravelly tannins that call out for a roast lamb and a lengthy, savoury finish. Score: 92/100


Gilbert & Gaillard

Red wine. Bordeaux supérieur.


Note : 89/100.

Tasting : year 2016

A vivid dark red colour with ruby reflections. An ample and pleasant nose of red and black stewed fruits with a roasted note of vanilla and cocoa. Velvety at first, silky palate with fine tannins, and a precise taste of fruit. A very harmonious wine, very successful !



Silver medal at Concours des Grand Vins de France Macon 2015

Gold medal at Concours International de Lyon 2016

Tasting Comments


Derek Smedley, MW


Merlot 100%

Tasted in Lilley March 2016 (barrel sample)

93 points Drinking 2018-28

Concentration and depth on the nose the palate has a rich mix of black cherry, Damson plum and cassis. The mid palate is fleshy with dark chocolate richness but there is structure firm but ripe tannins. Bright and fresh at the back and quite firm yet there is sweetness coming through on the finish.


Gilbert & Gaillard


Red wine- Bordeaux Supérieur



Tasting : year 2016

Garnet evolved with purple reflections. A fine note in the nose of vanilla wood, of ripe red and black fruit and toasted bread with an aftertaste of cocoa. Ample in the mouth, well balanced with still young tannins. The aromas are present and persistant. A wine to be kept for 2 to 3 years.

Tasting Comments


Derek Smedley, MW


Merlot 100%

Tasted Bordeaux Primeurs April 2016 (barrel sample)

89-92 points Drinking 2020-30

Sweet and ripe on the nose the palate has depth of flavour with a mix of ripe black fruits. The tannins support but are fine the back palate has chocolate and black plum richness the finish firmer and fresher.