Chateau Moncets began life in 1770 as Chateau Roussillon; in 1872 it was acquired, and renamed, by General de Moncets. Then in 2012, a young French family from Brittany bought the estate and embarked on a journey to revive the vines and cellars. Their vision included the integration of nearby Château de Chambrun, establishing a mission to create one of the finest estates in Lalande de Pomerol. The 35-acre vineyard here is planted to a mix of Merlot and Cabenets Sauvignon and Franc, with the vines being, on average, forty years old. This is an outstanding, approachable entry-level Bordeaux with great character and finesse.
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