Back in 1815, Guillaume Mestrezat, an important public figure, establishes Maison Mestrezat and quickly turns it into one of the main actors of la Place de Bordeaux.

From then on, Mestrezat, while keeping a strong position on the French market, never ceased to build its international reputation.

In 1970, Mestrezat acquired two Classified Growths 1855 : Château Rayne-Vigneau, First Classified Growth in Sauternes, and Château Grand-Puy Ducasse, Fifth Classified Growth in Pauillac.

From its rich history, Mestrezat Grands Crus gained an indisputable expertise in Bordeaux’s finest wines, which, combined with a unique know-how in customization, give the two-hundred- years-old Maison a very contemporary identity.

For more than 200 years working in the intimate atmosphere of Bordeaux fine wines, Mestrezat has been acknowledged as a reference among trading houses.


A sound financial base and a capacity for long-term investment thanks to strong shareholders with a clear medium and long-term vision.

Autonomous and specialised teams in each geographical zone and a strong network of agents with in-depth understanding of each market.

Selective and high-quality distribution, not only within the traditional networks in France, including high end wine merchants, cafes, hotels and restaurants, but also on export markets and through the Duty Free network.

International expertise which has led to investing in growing niche markets, while still conserving a strong position in the major historic markets.

Ever more stringent requirements in terms of quality, safety and traceability for each bottle from the moment it leaves the Château.

A large stock available and stored in optimum conditions in a perfectly secured warehouse.

Turnover - 71% Export

clients in France

clients export

1,5 million of bottles in stock


Mestrezat has developed genuine expertise in trading Grand Cru wines through close relationships with the greatest Châteaux in the Bordeaux wine region. Consequently, Mestrezat receives one of the biggest primeur wine allocations on the Bordeaux marketplace.

The company is known today for its ability to offer a broad range of vintages and a number of unusual bottle formats of up to 27 litres for special occasions.


As France's largest agricultural cooperative, InVivo's activities are structured into four major divisions:
The InVivo Group is made up of 223 cooperatives, which in turn bring together over 300,000 farmers and generated a total turnover of over 5.7 billion Euros in 2014. In founding InVivo Wine, the group has made clear its ambition to establish a strong wine division with a powerful presence in France and overseas, retaining total control over production, quality and marketing.

In keeping with the '2025 by InVivo' development strategy, the acquisition of Mestrezat and the new partnership formed with Vinadeis to handle the group's wine-sector activities are further proof of InVivo's determination to play a leading role in the wine market.

As France's largest winemaking cooperative (representing a total of 17,000 hectares, with 11 vinification centres in the Languedoc, 1 harvester in Bordeaux, and over 1600 member winemakers),

Vinadeis is France's biggest winery and the third largest force in the nation's wine sector. With over 520 employees and a turnover in excess of €300 million (of which €100 million from international sales), the group can boast a unique wealth of expertise in the growing, vinification and maturing of wines from across the south of France (Bordeaux, Gers, Languedoc, Rhône, etc...).

Equipped with the very latest in packing facilities, logistical means and marketing resources, our group represents over 100 estates and châteaux (of which we own 45), and has become an acknowledged expert in the field of branded and own-brand wines (in bottle, BIB, Tetrapak and Bag'Innov formats) as well as bulk wines and organic wines. Vinadeis puts innovation to work for ever greater customer satisfaction.

Vinadeis combines an open-minded, pioneering approach to business with a profound attachment to core values and respect for the people and natural resources behind our wines.



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