Château Bibian


Cru Bourgeois

This is one of the oldest estates in Listrac Médoc, purchased by the Meyre family in 1999. The 20-hectare vineyard stretches over the whole appellation, thus enjoying the various soil types of the Listrac Médoc terroirs.

The majority of old vines endows this wine with the typical character of the greatest wines of the appellations.

Nathalie and Julien manage this property together, marrying traditional methods with modern techniques.


Data sheet

Description :

This wine has a fine density. The nose is very aromatic with notes of blackcurrant, blackberry and black cherry. The tannic structure is rich, silky and ample with a long finish.

Situation :

Pyrenees marl of Listrac-Médoc. Surface area 20Ha.

Soil :

Clay-limestone, average age of vines : 40 years.


60 % Merlot, 35 % Cabernet Sauvignon et 5 % Petit Verdot.

Vinification :

Manual and mechanical harvesting, hand sorting, total de-stemming, mechanical crushing, fermentation in stainless steel vats.


In oak barrels, for 12 months (40 % new),fining with egg white.

Production :

80 000 bottles, bottled at the château by our team. Second wine : La Fleur Bibian.


Michel Rolland laboratory.

Awards and press comments :

Bibian 2016 : James Suckling Score 91/92 Tangy and bright with vivid acidity and lots of dark-berry and citrus character plus a hint of smoke. Medium body and a long finish. Another winner after 2015.
Bibian 2015 : Concours de Bordeaux des vins d’Aquitaine 2017 : Médaille d’or
Bibian 2014 : Concours général agricole 2016 : Médaille de Bronze