Soualle & E. de Bailliencourt L.

Château Gazin

Old Liquors, Soualle & E. Louis Soualle

Chateau Gazin was acquired by a wine merchant Louis Soualle. Soualle’s daughter married into the Bailliencourt-family (Courcol), who are descendants of the High Lords of Landas.

Old Liquors, Soualle & E. Cote of Arms

Descended from the high lords of Landas, whose crest they bear, the Bailliencourt dit Courcols belong to one of the oldest families of the Artois. The addition of “known as Courcol” goes back to 1214, when Philippe-Auguste, the King of France, congratulated one of the members of the family for his exploits during the Battle of Bouvines, calling him “court col” (literally “short neck” or of compact build). The family motto became: “fut par vertu Courcol” (Courcol through virtue).


Old Liquors, Soualle & E. Vineyard

The vineyard is planted with 90% Merlot, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon and 3% Cabernet Franc. The average age of the vines is 35 years. The vines are cultivated using traditional growing methods and an environmentally-friendly approach with plowing, organic fertilizers, minimum use of pesticides (including mating disruption), and manual harvests.

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