History of a
Planted in the shape of an amphitheater, the vineyard, entirely drained, is located on the high limestone plateau of the Entre-deux-Mers between 70 m and 100 m of altitude, benefiting from the climatological influence of the Garonne and the Dordogne.
- 40 hectares
- Type of soil
- Clay - limestone
- Grape varieties
- Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Sauvignon, Semillon
The white vines are planted on the limestone slab with asteria (extension of Saint-Emilion), soils on which the expression of Sauvignon is total. The red vines are planted high up on the hilltops, on deep clay soils (vein of Pomerol) with limestone, a terroir of choice for Merlot.
In the heart of
Chateau Vermont is located in the historic and viticultural heart of the Entre-deux-Mers, a hilly region nicknamed Bordeaux Tuscany with its magnificent landscapes, sunsets... Located 35 km from Bordeaux, the specificity of Chateau Vermont is that it is bordered by the rivers La Garonne and La Dordogne, the two "seas. Targon is also one of the 9 communes that can claim the appellation Entre-deux-Mers Haut-Benauge. For thousands of years, different periods have shaped the soils of the property which are made up of clay and limestone, retaining the minerals and organic matter which today favour the richness of our wines.