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Le Bout du Monde
THE PROPERTY - Domaine Serisier - Grands Vins de Bordeaux
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About the property


The principal property is Chateau Cadillac located high on a limestone cliff at Cadillac en Fronsadais in the Canton of Fronsac and very near to the town of Libourne which is at the heart of the world renowned Pomerol and St Emilion wine appellations.

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Château Cadillac


Chateau Cadillac is itself a late Middle Ages chateau/fort the ramparts of which date back to the 1200’s. The first chateau was destroyed by the French in 1450 just before the end of the 100 Years War as the then Seigneur, although French, was a supporter of the King of England. The present chateau was rebuilt in 1500. Historically, the ‘ancienne regime’ proprietors of Chateau Cadillac, the Barons de Cadillac, were breeders of heavy cavalry horses which were held in high regard throughout France. This connection is maintained in another guise up until the present day with the Cadillac Car Club of France being occasional visitors to the chateau.

More recently, the property has been given over to making wine and the tradition of excellence is being continued by the Serisier family who are the current owners. The family have a long connection with the wine industry beginning generations ago in Bordeaux and progressing through to the earliest beginnings of winemaking in Australia at their ‘Eumalga Vineyard’ located just outside Dubbo in New South Wales.




years of history


hectares of wine

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Saint-Romain-la-Virvée is a small town in Gironde (33) in the Fronsac district, a few miles north of the Dordogne region. up a hill whose 12th century church overlooks beautiful vines on sunny slopes.

Château Meillac, 55 meters high, is at the entrance of the town, and stands majestically over the valley.

An old 17th century windmill, it was bought in 1973 and restored by the former owner.


The property extends over 8 hectares and produces three red wines with the appellation Bordeaux Supérieur :

-the Château Meillac

-« La Romane »

-« Le Bout du Monde »


And a rosé as well :

-« Le Bout du Monde » rosé.


You can see above the first panoramic photo of the château which dates back to the very beginnings of photography.

You shall recognize the windmill before it was restored.


Out the 780 hectares in Saint-Romain, 175 are planted with vines, whose main varieties are Cabernet, Cabernet Franc and Merlot. Thanks to a favorable exposure and a first rate terroir, the vines in Saint-Romain are one of the best in this appellation.


The vines plantations of Château Meillac cover up to 12 hectares with :

• 85 % Merlot

• 12 % Cabernet Franc

• 3% Cabernet Sauvignon.

The vines are worked traditionally, with due respect to nature. The vines are trimmed manually and with the double branch trimming technique.

The vines are harvested mecanically with the most modern machines for an utmost preservation of the fruit.

The vine

The wine

A passion