Château Clos de Bouard
Montagne Saint-Emilion

En chiffres

Surface : 30 ha

Production : 150 000 bouteilles

Geologie : Terroirs argilocalcaires

Encépagement : 19,62 ha de Merlot, 2,59 ha de Cabernet Sauvignon et 7,34 ha de Cabernet Fran

Elevage : 10 to 14 mois en fûts de chêne à 30% neufs

Château Clos de Boüard has 30 hectares (74 acres) of well-oriented land in the former village of Parsac, which was historically reputed for the abundance and quality of its exceptional claylimestone terroirs. The property lies close to the Saint-Émilion Grands Crus Classés and other top quality estates, such as Fombrauge, Laroque, Rocheyron, Croix de Labrie, Château Louis, Fleur Cardinale, Valandraud and Troplong Mondot.

It boasts an enviably biodiverse eco-system and a large number of old vines. The vineyard is currently being restructured with the aim of making top quality velvety wines with silky tannins that lend free expression to their fruit, and are as elegant, tasty and fresh as they can possibly be; wines that epitomise t he family skills and know-how.