G Acte 5 is produced from predominantly clay and limestone soils in Fronsac. The plantings are reflective of Lafleur, however, in 2013, the blend favours Merlot (70% Merlot, 30% Cabernet Franc). Packed with cranberry fruit, wild berries and kirsch. This is more muscular and possesses a bigger structure than Grand Village. There's a generous core of fruit that is framed by refined, velvety tannins.
"G" de Guinaudeau is owned by Sylvie and Jacques Guinaudeau, who own the legendary Château Lafleur in Pomerol. They also count among their holdings, the Bordeaux wine property Château Grand Village, which is used as the home base for the Guinaudeau family. 2009 marked the debut vintage for "G" de Guinaudeau. The Bordeaux vineyard, which is located in the Fronsac appellation is planted to 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc. The terroir is a slope with clay and limestone that enjoys a north to south exposure. The soils are similar to those found in St. Emilion. The wines of "G" de Guinaudeau are open, round and fruity. The forward, quite modern style makes these wines accessible at an early age.