Enclos Tourmaline is located on the highest point of the famous plateau of the smallest appellation of Bordeaux: Pomerol. The property was acquired by Peter Kwok and his son Howard in 2012. Enclos Tourmaline is produced in small quantities only during great vintages. The first vintage produced less than 1,000 bottles, and in 2013 no wines were made at all.
Following the image of the Tourmaline, a multi-colour precious gemstone, our estate echos the multiplicity and excellence of the terroir of Pomerol.
This wine is made from three exceptional parcels. Each has a different but complementary type of terroir, and berries from these parcels form an exceptional cuvee.
The caring of the vineyard goes beyond the plots in general. We pay close attention to and carefully tend each individual vines every day.
The cellar, renovated in 2016 and surrounded by the legendary vineyards of the appellation, offers an incredible view of the magical plateau of Pomerol.
In 2015, this hardly known 100% Merlot wine produced only 3,000 bottles.
Enclos Tourmaline is packed in one bottle or three bottle wooden boxes.
Aware of the qualitative and prestigious legacy of our neighbours, we are duty-bound to be in harmony with these great terroirs.