Clos Dubreuil

Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Located on generous clay and limestone soils, the Clos Dubreuil estate covers 21 acres within the village of SAint Christophe des Bardes. The vines grow in ideal conditions up on the Saint-Emilion plateau. It is made up of four units that constitute a mosaic of terroirs, each with different charcteristics. The Clos is at an average altitude of 260 feets and benefits from the best possible orientation and natural drainage from clayand limestone soil, which enables its vines to express their complexity freely. This balanced mix combines the freshness derived from the clay with the filtering properties of the limestone rock.

Clos Dubreuil

Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

The owner’s pitch.

“I believe a vinegrower must just be himself. In other words, to be a winegrower, you just need to be straightforward and true. Thiis is visible and can be picked in the wines. Clos Dubreuil is all about emotions, enhenced when it is shared with others . Authenticity is therefore required.” Benoît Trocard

Focus on the Chateau.

Surface area

8,5 hectares

Wine types



New French barrels 60%.

Grape varieties

Red : Merlot – Cabernet Franc – Cabernet sauvignon
White : Chardonnay

Environmental protection

Terra Vitis – HVE3

Open for tours

On appointment


Richness & balance
Vines over 40 years old for an average production of 40 hectolitres per hectare (10 bunches per vine). The grapes are harvested and sorted by hand before being sent by gravity to the fermentation vats. The berries are not crushed and the pre-fermentation stage lasts 7 days at less than 5°C. Fermentation then lasts two weeks at a maximum temperature of 27°C. A pre-fermentation maceration of about 1 week gives Clos Dubreuil an incredible finesse and concentration. This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru is then aged in extra fine French oak barrels for about 20 months before bottling.

How to contact the Chateau.

11 Jean Guillot – 33330 Saint Christophe des Bardes

+ 33 (0) 6 12 80 04 39


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