Vignobles De Mour
Owners and wine merchants
The family owns 5 properties:
Château Tour Baladoz: Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Technical Director: Jean-Michel Garcion / Area: 9 Ha / Soil: Clay-limestone on a limestone subsoil. 70% on the Saint-Emilion plateau and 30% on the hillsides / Grape varieties: 70% merlot, 15% cabernet franc, 10% cabernet franc, 5% petit verdot / Environmental value: HVE
Château la Croizille: Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Technical Director: Jean-Michel Garcion / Surface area: 5.05 Ha / Soil: clay-limestone, marl, blue and red clay on limestone / Grape varieties: 85% merlot, 10% cabernet sauvignon, 5% cabernet / Environmental value: HVE
Château Tayet : AOC Bordeaux Supérieur Technical Director : Jean-Michel Garcion / Surface area : 33 Ha / Soil : silty clay on alluvial soil : ancient palus on the banks of the Garonne / Grape varieties : 55% merlot, 35% cabernet sauvignon, 10% petit verdot / Environmental value : HVE
Château Haut Breton Lariguadière : AOC Margaux Technical Director : Jean-Michel Garcion / Surface area : 13 Ha / Soil : silty clay on alluvial soils : ancient palus on the banks of the Garonne / Grape varieties : 60% merlot, 30% cabernet sauvignon, 10% petit verdot / Environmental value : HVE
Château Lacombe Cadiot: AOC Bordeaux supérieur Technical Director: Jean-Michel Garcion / Area: 15 Ha / Soil: 20 plots of clayey gravel in the commune of Soussans and 13 plots of deep, sandy gravel in Arsac. Subsoils of gravel, alios, clay and limestone / Grape varieties: 70% Cabernet Sauvignon, 25% Merlot, 5% Petit Verdot / Environmental value: HVE
Emile and Ghislaine started their business in 1939 making genever and liqueurs. Ten years later, they decided to import and distribute a range of French wines.
In 1950 they bought Château La Tour Baladoz. The estate, located in Saint-Laurent des Combes, in the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation, includes a mansion, a winegrower’s house, a wine storehouse, a vat room, vines (5ha 56ares) and quarries. Busy with the commercial development of his Belgian company, Emile De Schepper entrusts the management of Château Tour Baladoz to a Bordeaux manager. The wine is only exported in barrels to Belgium for bottling in Ghent in the Rabotvins winery.
Emile’s two sons, Firmin and Jacques De Schepper, join their parents in running the companies in Belgium and Bordeaux and gradually take over the reins. In Belgium, they orient the company towards a specialisation in wines and aperitifs.
At the beginning of 1992, Marc Raymond, the manager of Château Haut Breton Largaudière decided to retire. From then on, Château Tayet, his property in Macau in the Bordeaux Supérieur appellation, became the third wine estate operated by the De Schepper family.
The family acquires its fifth property located in Ludon in the Bordeaux Supérieur appellation. The total surface area of the vineyards cultivated by the De Schepper family then amounted to 55 hectares.
In order to be able to meet the growing sales of Bordeaux Supérieur wines, the family bought a 35-hectare property, including 30 hectares of vines in the communes of Flaujagues and Sainte-Radegonde. The vines are located on limestone slopes opposite Saint-Emilion and Castillon-la-Bataille.