The Chateau de Chambrun estate was built in 1775 and today is owned by young, dynamic owners who want to build Chateau de Chambrun into one of the best estates in Lalande de Pomerol.

They have already changed to farming ‘Lutte Raisonnée’ and adopted sustainable farming techniques, with a strong focus on increasing biodiversity at the estate. They have also enlisted the help of star winemaker Michel Rolland, who made his name in the winery next door to Chambrun.

The investment isn’t only in the vineyard; the winery has also been completely renovated. The aim is to limit the impacts of climate change, without compromising the unique terroir expressions of these vineyards. Building a gravity fed winery was an important part of the development; this minimises the risk of having bruised grapes that can oxidise. All the vineyards are hand harvested; this means the picking is rigorous and only the best clusters are picked and sent to the winery.

Chateau Moncets is the entry level wine and comes from a superb 40-year-old 14 hecatre vineyard planted on clay soils. The Chateau Moncets spends 16 months in French oak barrels. The star wine is the Chateau Chambrun which comes from a smaller 6.8-hectare vineyard. This vineyard is planted on the sandy, gravelly soils with the clayish subsoil most synonymous with Pomerol.

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