35 km south-east of Bordeaux, on both sides of the river Garonne, Domaines Denis Dubourdieu are located in the communes of Barsac in Sauternes, Pujols sur Ciron and Illats in the Graves, Béguey and Laroque in the Cadillac-Côtes de Bordeaux. Bathed by the soft, golden light of the Bordeaux countryside, the wine-growing landscapes are particularly varied: hillsides on the right bank, stony terraces and limestone plateau on the left bank. Medieval villages, castles and old houses, Romanesque and Baroque churches also invite to discover one of the most endearing regions of the Bordeaux vineyards. The annual production of these estates is close to 600,000 bottles of which 60% are exported to more than 40 countries.
Denis Dubourdieu and his wife Florence are both from Bordeaux wine growers families. They manage with their two sons, Fabrice and Jean-Jacques, 135 hectares of domains's set of, in the region of Sauternes, Graves and Cadillac-Côtes de Bordeaux.