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The Château de Montalbret is a family estate in the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation. The soils are mainly clay-limestone and clayey-sandy. The vineyard's vines are made up of a number of ...Lire plus Learn more
Château de Montalbret is a family estate, named Montagne Saint-Emilion. The soils are mainly clayey-limestone and clayey-sandy. The estate's grape varieties are mainly 80% Merlot, with 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, giving it an elegant, fruity wine with a discreet tannic base.
Driven by the same passion as my grandmother from a very young age, and after a BTS Viti-Oeno, I decided to take over the family property in 2014, spread over two appellations: Montagne - Saint-Emilion: 3.80 Ha "Château de Montalbret" and Bordeaux Supérieur: 4 Ha "Château la Chapelle de Bayard".
The experience of my grandparents combined with my new outlook on the world of wine, are the basis of my work which give my wine: frankness, balance, originality and authenticity. The know-how that I have known and that I continue to develop within my estate allows a continuous improvement of each of my vintages. I am only at the beginning of my career as a winegrower and my greatest pleasure: working my vines, making and sharing my wine. The terroir on which I thrive is characterized by a mainly limestone soil with a good clayey presence. The latter allows Merlot to exploit all the resources available underground, and is the natural and predominant grape variety of the region. It is complemented by cabernets, malbec and petit verdot.