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Château la Bergère

Montage-Saint-Emilion also has a rich and turbulent history, as attested to by its monuments and other Roman vestiges.

More recently, Montagne winegrowers have taken advantage of Saint-Emilion's proximity to improve their vines and the quality of their wines. This Appellation has become a rising star in the region.

Its weather is almost identical to its neighbour's Saint-Emilion, separated from Montagne by only a small stream, the Barbanne.

The terroir consists of limestone and clay limestone soils on a thick and compact layer of porous asteriated limestone, which, by providing water to the vines during the summer dry period, plays an essential nutritional role. The more gravel and sandy soils produce results that are lighter, more delicate and less tannic than the areas with limestone.

The Appellation's blend generally consists of Merlot (60% of vines planted) and Cabernet Franc (30%).

Cabernet Sauvignon, which is more difficult to cultivate due to its late ripening, is reserved for the "warmest" and best-exposed fields.

Wines from Chateau la Bergère are elegant, full-bodied and always distinguished. They are generally robust with wonderful Merlot and Cabernet Franc tannins contributing to their structure

Intense aromas of red berries, undergrowth and cherry are joined by, blackberries and liquorice to balance the power of these wines.


  • AOC Montagne Saint Emilion, Château la Bergère (Bouteilles et Magnums)
  • AOC Montagne Saint Emilion, Château Tourteau (Bouteilles et Magnums)
  • AOC Saint Georges Saint Emilion, Château moulin la Bergère (Bouteilles et Magnums)
  • AOC Rosé Bordeaux, L’Estivale de la Bergère


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