Picture a small vineyard nestling in the heart of the Bordeaux region, the world’s leading area for producing fine wines. Imagine a special place where the Chateau Haut Bonneau can be found, with its 22 “parcels” of land, each having been carefully selected over decades and planted with the best examples of merlot, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon vines. A vineyard of vines with an average age of 45 years, but the story does not stop there.

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Portrait de Sarah et Bruno Marchand

The whole knowledge of Sarah and Bruno is the result of a long family tradition going back to 1822 , the year when the first vines were planted at Château Haut Bonneau , in the heart of one of the first wine-growing regions in the world.Since 1999 Sarah and Bruno have worked to join the property in  "AOC Bordeaux rouge " , inherited from Bruno's grand-father ,with the one in " AOC Montagne St Emilion ". In 2002 they took over the running of the family property of Haut Bonneau , in 2008 they created a SCEA , which allowed them to add this last year two extra hectares of vines in AOC Montagne St Emilion ".