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Château Bonneau is a property that the Berrouet family took over from the 2019 vintage in Montagne Saint-Emilion. The 9-hectare vineyard is located on hillsides with two exposures: North and South, on several plots. The vines are about 35 to 40 years old. They have a low yield for the moment but a restructuring plan for the vineyard is underway to optimise quality and quantity. The production of the 2019 vintage of Château Bonneau amounts to 30,000 bottles. Synonymous with generosity, Château Bonneau boasts silky Merlot and appealing peppery Cabernet Franc (these cabernet Franc are Berrouet’s trademark!). With tannins that are carefully extracted without excess, Château Bonneau is an elegant and full body wine. It can be enjoyed now or age for a few more years. It’s a real gem that will delight any wine lover!