Raymond Huet
Raymond Huet

Selected by Michel Rolland

Raymond Huet

Saint Emilion

Raymond Huet
Raymond Huet

Un Bordeaux d'Exception


A story of excellence since 1873

The Brand

Bordeaux, a Terroir of Excellence:

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The major reason for the success of winemaking in the Bordeaux region is the excellent environment for growing vines. The geological foundation of the region is limestone, leading to a soil structure that is heavy in calcium. The Gironde estuary dominates the regions along with its tributaries, the Garonne and the Dordogne rivers, and together irrigates the land and provides an Atlantic Climate, also known as an oceanic climate, for the region.
The soil of Bordeaux is composed of gravel, sandy stone, and clay. The region's best vineyards are located on the well drained gravel soils that are frequently found near the Gironde River.

The AOP Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur:

Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur appellation wines may be produced anywhere in the Bordeaux vineyard. These wines, which represent over 50% of Bordeaux's production, embody the much-appreciated Bordeaux style of harmonious elegance and aromatic complexity.

The AOP Saint-Emilion Grand Cru:

This appellation is located in the eastern part of the Bordeaux region, on the Right Bank of the Dordogne River, close to the city of Libourne. This more feminine red wine, made primarily from Merlot, is aromatic, supple, elegant and velvety. Many classified and prestigious wines are produced on this terroir. Saint-Emilion Grand Cru means that the harvest and production conditions are stricter. So that wines are more tasteful.

The AOP Haut-Médoc:

The Haut-Médoc terroir stands on the Garonne's Left Bank. The appellation of this terroir produces remarkable red wines that are powerful and complex, with exceptional aromatic persistence. A great number of Bordeaux's classified wines are produced in the Haut-Médoc.



Bordeaux region is well known worldwide for its red wines. However this terroir produces excellent white wines too. They are dry and fresh with aromas of citrus. These wines match perfectly seafood whether you are in the famous Bassin d'Arcachon or anywhere else around the world.

Tasting Notes

  • Brilliant colour, crystalline with green highlights.
  • An aromatic wine with aromas of lemon, peach and exotic fruits.
  • Lively and full bodied on the palate, this Bordeaux wine offers an elegant and long finish.



Serve with fish, shellfish, seafood, scallops with crispy vegetables, goat cheese or boiled shrimp.

Bordeaux red is the most famous and emblematic wine of this region. This wine accompanies romantic dinners in the main cities worldwide or a moment of sharing between friends in other areas. Thanks to such an ambassador the region is the most famous wine region in the world.

Tasting Notes

  • A brilliant ruby colour with a brick red tinge and violet highlights.

  • A fruity bouquet with subtle aromas of vanilla and fresh fruits.
  • A smooth full bodied, velvety and well balanced wine a supple and delicate character.



Serve with red and grilled meat, beef with tender green, game birds and cheeses.

Bordeaux wines aged in oak barrels acquire more complex tasting notes. The process follows a long tradition in the region and lasts at least six months. Rigour and quality bring subtility and character to the wine.

Tasting Notes

  • A deep red wine with lovely ruby highlights.

  • Aromas of ripe fruits, cherry and mellow spices – vanilla, cinnamon, gingerbread and roasted coffee.

  • On the palate, it is round, well-balanced with silky tannins and a long , rich and fruity finishand long finish.



Serve with red meat, game, cheese or spare ribs with black bean sauce.

Haut-Médoc is a terroir of red wines. They are generous, powerful and characterized by a bouquet of vanilla and black fruits.

Tasting Notes

  • Intense, bright garnet colour with violet highlights.
  • Fruity nose, complex, lingering with blackberry jam and cinnamon flavours.
  • Supple well-balanced taste with blackcurrant, prune and vanilla undertones.
    This wine is powerful and particularly elegantand long finish.



Serve with poultry, game, red meat and Sichuan Chicken.

Saint-Emilion and above all the Saint-Emilion Grands Crus gave to Bordeaux wines their image of excellence and high quality. This ambassador charms every wine lover thanks o is elegant character and rich aromas. They represent the best wines in the world.

Tasting Notes

  • Intense and deep bright garnet colour with violet highlights.
  • Powerful, persistent and complex nose with aromas of black fruit.
  • Full bodied and persistent with red-berry jam and spicy notes.
    This wine is powerful and particularly elegant.



Serve with legs of lamb, grilled meat and Mongolian Beef.


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