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Château Cablanc Bordeaux 2006

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Château Cablanc:
Jean Debart bought the estate in 1949 but infortunately he died a few months after. His son, Jean-Lou, planted his first vines in 1960, near the family-run house. Jean-Daniel, one of his son, manages the estate since 2006. Vineyard You cannot come to Château Cablanc without seeing the surrounding area, the Gamage's river valley. The Gamage, a small brook that flows into the Dordogne river, runs... Read more
Jean Debart bought the estate in 1949 but infortunately he died a few months after. His son, Jean-Lou, planted his first vines in 1960, near the family-run house. Jean-Daniel, one of his son, manages the estate since 2006. Vineyard You cannot come to Château Cablanc without seeing the surrounding area, the Gamage's river valley. The Gamage, a small brook that flows into the Dordogne river, runs through the vineyard and the wooded valley. During the Middle-Ages, this area experienced considerable growth due to the presence of the English; churches and castles all around the valley bear witness to those times. At the time, vines were planted in the valley; attacked by phylloxera, a tiny destructive insect, they disappeared at the end of the 19th century. Thanks to Jean-Lou Debart, vineyards were re-planted at the beginning of the 1960s. The buildings - wine-making cellar, bottle-storage cellar, wine-tasting room, barrels cellar and office - are located in the middle of the valley. Most were purpose-built; only one old building was renovated and has become the bottle cellar. Read less


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