Located just south of St-Julien, Château Lamothe Bergeron is 200 years old and was inherited by Jacques de Bergeron in the 18th Century. A politician, he escaped the guillotine but was exiled to his country estate by the French Revolution in 1796 and became a noted expert on vines. The domaine is situated on the ‘motte’ (or plot of high land) also referenced in the name. It was sold to Cognac H. Mounier and Hardy in 2009. Today Mery Laurent is in charge, helped with Hubert de Boüard, co-owner of Chateau Angelus, who advise Lamothe Bergeron during the winemaking process. View our selection.
The estate is planted with 66 hectares of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc and the wine is aged in oak barriques for 18 months (30% new).
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