Chateau Bonnin Lafleur Blanchon

Husband and wife team Patricia and Phillipe Bonnin purchased the 9 hectare estate in 1997. Lussac is in one of the best-known Saint-Emilion villages, located 6 miles north of the town, on the right bank of the Dordogne River. The scale of the operation enables Bonnin to be handcrafted from harvest to barrel-ageing. The vineyards are an average age of 20 years and are planted on chalk and clay soils.

Chateau Bonnin Lafleur Blanchon

95% Merlot and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon hand harvested from 20 year old vines, long ferment in thermal regulated vats, and aged in concrete. This is Grand Cru quality Bordeaux at modest prices!

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