Château Labadie, Château du Moulin Neuf 2016, Medoc

Château Labadie, Château Moulin Neuf blend of Cabernet Sauvignon & Merlot from Bordeaux offers us a garnet-coloured red wine, with an intense and complex bouquet, which develops pleasant aromas of ripe fruit and vanilla which will further embellish with age.

High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines
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Wine category
Med-Bodied Red Wine
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
High Environmental Value (HVE) Wines, Sustainable
Alcohol content
Product code

Food pairing

Dry, Salty Umami Cheese

Dry, Salty Umami Cheese

Parmesan, Grana Padano, Pecorino, Asiago, Aged Manchego
Fruity, Umami Cheese

Fruity, Umami Cheese

Cheddar, Gouda
Nutty Hard Cheese

Nutty Hard Cheese

Gruyere, Comte, Emmental,
Red Meat

Red Meat

Beef, Lamb, Venison
Strong Marinades

Strong Marinades

Barbecue, Teriyaki, Vinegar Marinades
White Meat

White Meat

Chicken, Pork, Chop, Tofu
The producer
chateau labadie

chateau labadie

The Bibey family has been in the Médoc for many generations. Having settled in Bégadan, Jean-Mathieu Bibey, Jérôme’s grandfather, began cultivating vines as a farmer. At the time, he took the grapes to the village cooperative to produce chateau Pontet Barrail, as polyculture and livestock farming were de rigueur. The vineyard has been planted on clay and limestone soil. The oldest vines is from 1937!

The big change came in 1988 when Yves decided to make himself the wine. So a winery has been built on the story of chateau pontet barrail could start with a new ambition.

The philosophy
“My quality: My Nature”
Very close to nature from an early age, respectful of the traditions instilled by his grandfather, Jérôme has always had a special relationship with nature. Produced by listening to what nature has imposed. Jérôme decided to evaluate nature, the vine plant, and the soil, understand the role of trace elements against fungal diseases and better understand this ecosystem. Always learning, and observing the climatic events of the 2013 vintage, the hail in 2011, and the frost in 2016 has helped him grow.
Today, he forbids the use of synthetic products in the vineyard. The fertilisers are organic.
Weeding is done mechanically, no insecticide is used, and the use of sexual confusion is widespread. Crop-protection sprays are based on copper sulphate. The production sites are now committed to the EMS and members of the CIVB’s ISO 14001-certified association, and they are HVE3 certified.