Le Point – Primeur 2009

Dégustation en « primeur » (avril 2010) donc en cours d’élevage

Château Haut Bonneau : 13.5 sur 20

« Fruits noirs et rouges, framboise, bouche douce, veloutée, tanins soyeux en attaque, un peu plus rugueux en finale, pas mal d’alcool, un peu trop d’extraction. »

par Sarah


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 ".