Vieux Château Bourgneuf changed names to Domain Fayat-Thunevin when it was bought by Clément Fayat and Jean-Luc Thunevin. The vines are located in the Néac commune, a stone’s throw from those of La Fleur de Boüard and grow on a terroir of limestone and sand. A majority of Merlot is grown, with some Carbernet Franc. This new domain no longer exists, as in 2009, the two business partners decided to share the vines between Château Fayat, Clos du Beau-Père and Domaine des Sabine.
About the cuvée
The clay rich terroir of this Lalande-de-Pomerol bestow it with a rich profile. The Merlot offers power while the tannins ensure great ageing potential.
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