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  1. Robert Giraud,Grands Vins de Bordeaux • A family run and owned wine producing company with a history of wine making going back to the 18th century • a Negociant activity which aims to produce and market quality wines in order to develop and support our worldwide distribution partnerships Florence & Philippe Giraud Henri Giraud Raoul Giraud Robert Giraud

  2. Family properties • Several generations of wine making tradition • Over 150 hectares of vines • All family properties exclusively marketed by Robert Giraud SAS • Aim to produce authentic, quality driven individual wines representative of the terroir • Terra Vitis ecological production

  3. Château Timberlay • Since 1366 • 125 hectare estate in a single block • 600 000 bottles • Bordeaux Supérieur: 80% merlot, 20 % cabernet sauvignon • Bordeaux Blanc: 60% sauvignon, 40% semillon • Bordeaux Clairet: 50% merlot 50% cabernet sauvignon • Prestige Selection • Award winning since 1893 • Terra Vitis

  4. Market Orientated • Château Timberlay, well established in international markets • Clear, classic Bordeaux yet modern labelling • ‘Timberlay’ as a brand • Identification by grape varieties • Since 1366: one of the oldest estates in Bordeaux • A château bottled wine • Consistent quality and supply • Terra Vitis back label • DIAM cork:no corked bottles

  5. Château Timberlay Prestige • Selection of the best fruit from the best plots of Château Timberlay • Prestige Bordeaux white • Harvesting by hand in shallow baskets • Prestige Bordeaux supérieur red 50% merlot, 50% cabernet sauvignon Aged in new French oak barrels Three weeks skin maceration Prestige Bordeaux white 60% sauvignon, 40% semillon Harvesting by hand Cold maceration on skins 12 hours then pressed Fermented in barrels Aged on the lees for 5 months Regular award winning wines

  6. Domaine de l’Etalon d’Argent Bordeaux Rouge □ 9 hectares, 100% Merlot, fruit driven, easy drinking □ Terra Vitis certified, sustainable/ ecological viticulture: no herbicide, no insecticide, minimal intervention □ stylish contemporary presentation □ Priced at an accessible Bordeaux price point for mainstream sales

  7. Château Le Bocage • Bordeaux Supérieur 50000 bottles • Bordeaux Clairet 12000 bottles • 18 hectares, 100 % merlot • Border of the Fronsac appellation • Terra Vitis ecological • 12 month oak ageing • Concours de Paris, Silver Medal vintage 08

  8. Château Cotes de Rol • Grand Cru Saint Emilion • 3 hectares of vine situated on a limestone outcropping in-between the alluvial gravel of Château Figeac and the limestone plateau of Château Cheval Blanc • 75 % merlot, 20% cabernet franc, 5% cabernet sauvignon • Hand picking • Oak ageing, 1/3 new oak barrels • Award Winning: Gold Medal at International Wine Challenge

  9. Château Haut Fourat • Bordeaux rouge • 100 % Merlot • 16 hectares, 80 000 bottles • Clay limestone • Vineyard over underground limestone cellars • Situated exactly on the 45 Parallel, ideal vineyard location • Terra Vitis Ecological

  10. Traditional Authentic Winemaking • Selective handpicking • Sorting by hand • Manual-intensive vineyard management • Barrel ageing according to need

  11. Terra Vitis certified • From the planting of the vine to the product in the bottle the winemaker makes a commitment to integrated vinegrowing and winemaking rules • For winelovers who feel that the only way to produce quality grapes with character is through respect for the natural ecosystem

  12. Ecological • Terra Vitis certified • Ecological and sustainable vineyard management • Adapting viticulture to needs of the vine rather than industrial treatment • No herbicide • No insecticide • Canopy management • Green harvesting • More manually intensive viticulture • Encourage natural ecology

  13. Regular Awards & Reviews

  14. Awards:Family Properties International Wine Challenge 2010 Château Timberlay, Bordeaux Supérieur red 2008, Commended Winner Château Timberlay, Bordeaux Blanc 2009, Commended Winner Concours Agricole 2010 Château Le Bocage, Bordeaux Sup 2008, Silver International Wine challenge 2009 -Commended: Chateau Côtes de Rol 2005 Saint-Emilion Grand Cru -Silver: Château Deyrem valentin 2006, Margaux Cru Bourgeois Concours Général Agricole Paris 2009 Silver Medal : Domaine de Cheval Blanc 2008 Bordeaux Red International Wine challenge 2008 Japan -Gold : Chateau Timberlay Blanc 2007 -Silver : Chateau Timberlay Prestige 'Cuvee Marie Paule' Blanc 2005 : Chateau Moulinat 2005 -Bronze : Chateau Timberlay Prestige 'Cuvee Marie Paule' Rouge 2004 Blason Timberlay Blanc 2007 - International Wine challenge 2007 London Bronze Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2004 Bordeaux Supérieur

  15. International Wine challenge 2007 Japan • Bronze Medal : Ch Villemaurine 2003 Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé • Bronze Medal : Blason Timberlay Bordeaux Blanc 2006 • Sélections mondiales des vins –Canada • Silver Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur • Concours Général Agricole Paris 2007 • Gold Medal : Domaine de Cheval Blanc 2006 Bordeaux Red • Mundus Vini / Allemagne 2006 • Silver Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur • China International Wine Challenge • Bronze Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2004 Bordeaux Supérieur • International Wine challenge 2006 London • Silver Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur

  16. Concours Général Agricole Paris 2006 Gold Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2004 Bordeaux Supérieur International Wine challenge 2005 London Silver Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur International Wine challenge 2005 Japan Silver Medal : Clos Larcis 2003 Saint Emilion Grand Cru Silver Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur Concours Général Agricole Paris 2005 Gold Medal : Ch Timberlay Prestige « Cuvée Marie Paule » 2003 Bordeaux Supérieur Gold Medal : Domaine de Cheval Blanc 2004 Bordeaux Red China Wine & Spirits Competition 2005 Gold Medal : Baron de Vassal 2003 Bordeaux Red

  17. International Wine challenge 2004 Japan • Bronze Medal : Ch Timberlay red 2002 Bordeaux Supérieur • 2003 • International Wine challenge 2003 Japan • Gold Medal : Château Timberlay “Prestige” 2000 Bordeaux Supérieur • Nova Scotia Port of Wines Festival 2003 • Gold award : Ch Timberlay “Cuvée Prestige” 2000 Bordeaux supérieur • Decanter / Avril 2003 • Highly Recommanded : Château du Cartillon 2000 Haut-Médoc Cru Bourgeois • International Wine Challenge Vietnam 2003 • Bonze Medal  : • Château Timberlay 2000 Bordeaux Supérieur • Intervin International Award 2002 / North America competition • Silver Medal  : Château Timberlay 2000 Bordeaux Supérieur • Concours Général Agricole 2002 / Paris • Médaille d’Argent  : Château Timberlay Prestige 2000 Bordeaux Supérieur • International Wine Challenge 2002 • Gold Medal : Château Côtes de Rol 2000 St Emilion Grand Cru • International Wine & Spirit Competition / Londres • Silver winner 2002 : Château Timberlay Cuvée Prestige 2000 Bordeaux Supérieur • Bronze Medal 2002 : Château Côtes de Rol 2000 St Emilion Grand Cru

  18. International Wine Challenge • Bronze Medal : Ch Cotes de Rol 1998 Saint Emilion Grand Cru • Vinalies Internationales 2000 • Château Timberlay Cuvée Prestige 1998 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Asia International Wine Challenge 2000 Pekin • Gold Medal : Château Côtes de Rol 1997 Saint Emilion Grand Cru • Silver Medal : Château Timberlay 1998 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • International Wine Challenge 1999 Londres • Bronze Medal : Château Timberlay Cuvée Prestige 1998 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Bronze Medal : Château Villemaurine 1996 Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé • International Wine Challenge 1997 Londres • Bronze Medal : Château Timberlay 1996 • Bronze Medal : Château Côtes de Rol 1995 Saint Emilion Grand Cru • Asia Pacific Wine Challenge 1997 • Bronze Medal : Château Timberlay 1996 Bordeaux Blanc • 1996 • Concours Général Agricole 1996 • Médaille d’argent : Château Timberlay 1995 • Médaille de bronze : Château Le Bocage 1995 Bordeaux Clairet • 1995 • Concours Général Agricole 1995 • Médaille d’argent : Château Le Bocage 1993 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Médaille d’or : Château Le Bocage 1994 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge

  19. Concours Général Agricole 1992 • Médaille d’argent : Château Timberlay 1991 Bordeaux Blanc • Concours Régional Agricole d’Aquitaine 1989 • Médaille d’Argent : Château Timberlay 1988 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1988 • Médaille de bronze : Château Timberlay 1987 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1987 • Médaille d’or : Château Le Bocage 1986 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1986 • Médaille d’or : Château Timberlay 1985 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole1980 • Médaille d’argent : Château Timberlay 1979 Bordeaux Blanc • Concours Général Agricole 1979 • Médaille d’argent : Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1977 • Médaille de bronze : Château Haut Fourat Bordeaux Rouge • Concours Général Agricole1976 • Médaille d’or : Château Haut Fourat Bordeaux Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1975 • Médaille d’or : Château Timberlay Bordeaux Rouge • Médaille d’or : Château Le Bocage 1973 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Médaille d’argent : Château Haut Fourat Bordeaux Rouge

  20. Médaille d’or Paris 1970 • Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Concours Général Agricole 1969 • Médaille de bronze : Château Timberlay 1967 Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Médaille d’or Paris 1962 • Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Grand Prix Exposition Nationale Vins de France Mâcon 1961 • Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Bruxelles 1910 • Médaille d’argent : Château Timberlay • Médaille d’argent Anvers 1894 • Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge • Prix d’Honneur Paris 1893 • Château Timberlay Bordeaux Supérieur Rouge

  21. Negociant activity □Cellars and warehouses 17 000 m2, storage capacity 6 million bottles, 3000 barrels □ 2 bottling lines: 6000 bottles/hour, 4000 bottles/hour □ 2 packaging lines: 6000 bottles/hour, 3000 botles/hour □ centralised logistics centre for ease of shipping □ Robert Giraud Brands □ Exclusivities and selections from Bordeaux appellations □ Vin de Table □ Vin de Pays □ Own label projects □ Special formats: 18.75cl, large bottles, screw cap □ Grands Crus Classés, and En Primeur

  22. Bottling Lines • 6000 bottles per hour and 4000 bottles per hour • All composants are sterilised at 90°c with steam and water • Lot numbers on bottles • 2 samples from each bottling are kept for quality control and future analysis as necessary • An internal laboratory supervised by two inhouse oenologists

  23. Packaging and warehousing • Packaging of cartons 6000 and 3000 bottles/hour • Cartons are made of strong resistant cardboard • Cartons of 6 with an integrated handle • Decorated cartons for use in retail displays • area for order reference and bar code on cartons for ease of identification

  24. Brands: a unique identity • Quality brands • Blason Timberlay -Bordeaux red, -Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc, -Bordeaux Clairet -Bordeaux Medium Sweet • Blended and aged in a purpose built winery located over an ancient limestone cellar • Located on the 45th parallel • Stylish,easy to present packaging • Modern taste profile

  25. Les Caves de La Vignolle • Top quality production • A unique image linked to La Vignolle Cellars • A full range • Ready to drink with good ageing potential • Attract a broad range of consumers

  26. Exclusivities • Long term partnerships • Availability from one vintage to the next • Strict quality control procedures • Advisory role • Majority of the Bordeaux Appellations • Shipped from central warehouse

  27. Selections • Selections made on a weekly basis • Inhouse oenologists select best quality/price • We can source for spot offers or continued distribution • Selections made for basis of blending our brands

  28. La Collection • Range of branded wines in main Bordeaux appellations • Labelling adapted to modern or traditional markets • Blended and bottled by Robert Giraud SAS and adaptable to different taste profiles

  29. A full distribution solution • Our own brands of French Table wine • Our own brands of Vin de Pays • Access to all Classified Growths and selected en primeur • All shipped from one central warehouse • Possibility of mixed pallets

  30. Own label projects • We have gained the trust of prestigious companies for producing wines for their own label • We are small enough to have the flexibility to adapt to customer projects • We have our own traditional labelling and bottling lines. • We can personalise an existing label

  31. Airline On-Board wines • We can bottle 18.75cl • selected by many prestige airlines • Widely distributed in the travel industry: -Airport Duty Free -Ferries -18.75 cl in Hotel Chain Mini-Bars

  32. Worldwide distribution network • □Distribution agreements in 75 different countries • □ Longterm business and friendship relationships established • □ long market presence • □ through our importers and agents we work with the full range of client, by segmenting the wine offer according to the market: • Restaurants • Specialist wine shops • -Government-run Alcohol Control Boards • Large retail outlets • Wholesalers • Embassies, Duty Free, Private Individuals

  33. Robert Giraud, Bordeaux • 1 km from junction 40a of the A10 Bordeaux-Paris Motorway • 14 km north of Bordeaux city centre • Offices and Warehouse: Château Timberlay Au Domaine de Loiseau 33240 Saint André de Cubzac Tel + 33 5 57 43 01 44 direction@robertgiraud.com www.robertgiraud.com We look forward to welcoming you: