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Château Beauregard, one of the first estates in the region to expand its vineyard in the 18th century, possesses exceptional terroir. Its position on the south-east edge of the famous Pomerol plateau enables the property to grow vines on fascinating, precious land. This mainly gravelly soil, in which clay and sand make up the other soil types, produces elegant, flavoursome, fresh and characterful Merlot and Cabernet Franc. Its vineyard stretches over 17.5 hectares (43 acres) where over 35 plots are grown and tended on an individualised basis according to their specificities.
In 2014, the Moulin and Cathiard families purchased Château Beauregard and set about making sweeping changes. The classic architecture of the site has remained intact.while a new vat cellar was created adjacent to the existing barrel cellar, which itself has been completely redesigned.