About the property :
Surface: 30 ha
Production: 150 000 bottles
Geology: Clay-limestone soils
Coralie de Boüard was born in 1980 and spent her childhood in Saint-Emilion at Château Angélus. She accompanied her father to the winery at an early age and became fascinated by the winemaking process. For 10 years she worked alongside her father at Château Angélus in charge of communication, marketing and sales. In 2012, she took over the management of Château La Fleur de Boüard, which she acquired in 1998. Coralie de Boüard is a committed, passionate, enthusiastic and creative winemaker, and a proud mother who is now passing on her passion and family values with Château Clos de Boüard, which is part of a project of ambition and family transmission.
Château Clos de Boüard has a well exposed 30 hectare terroir in the commune of Parsac, historically renowned for the richness and quality of its exceptional clay-limestone soils. Situated close to the Grands Crus Classés and similar vineyards of Saint-Emilion: Châteaux Fombrauge, Rocheyron, Croix de Labrie, Château Louis, Valandraud, Troplong Mondot, etc., the property benefits from a privileged biodiversity and eco-system with a strong presence of old vines.
Investments in restructuring the vineyard are underway in order to produce high quality wines with silky, velvety tannins, respectful of the fruit, full of elegance, delicacy and freshness, wines that are the signature of the family’s know-how and expertise.