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a sense of family,
an extraordinary history

Tasting our wines,
the 2018 vintage:
a great success

A magical moment
in an extraordinary place

The largest estate
in the Pomerol appellation

Château de Sales is located in the north-west of the Pomerol appellation. With 47.6 hectares (117 acres) under vine out of the 90 hectares (222 acres) that make up the property, it is the largest vineyard in the Pomerol appellation. Except for three hectares (7 acres) that were lost during the French Revolution, the property limits are the same as they were in 1464.

The majority of vines are Merlot (73%) which, combined with Cabernet Sauvignon (15%) and Cabernet Franc (12%), finds its full expression in a terroir of gravel and heat-retaining sand which also contains iron oxide. On average, planting density is 5,900 vines per hectare.

A sense of family,
an extraordinary history

As ever fewer estates remain family-owned, the largest one in Pomerol is still run by the same family as it was five centuries ago – an exception indeed in the Bordeaux region.

Tasting our wines,
the 2018 vintage:
a great success

Château de Sales wines are the expression of their terroir: fruit-driven, round and full-bodied with silky tannins, smoothness and elegance.

A magical moment
in an extraordinary place

Château de Sales is listed as a historical monument.
Come and discover an exceptional heritage and a unique family history.

Promotion of Château de Sales in Asia in partnership with LD Vins

From 29 November to 6 December 2019, Château de Sales will be taking part in the Grand Crus Bordeaux Wine and Food Festival, an operation to promote top Bordeaux wines organised by the wine merchant LD Vins with its importers in Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia and Macao.

In Vietnam, the importer Warehouse has invited its clients in the cities of Hanoi, Danang and Ho Chi Minh to discover the great 2016 vintage.

Three beautiful tastings, including one at the Park Hyatt Saigon!

On the right of the photo, Jean-Pierre Foubet, member of the Board of Directors of Château de Sales, and on the left, Vincent Montigaud, CEO of Château de Sales, at Ho Chi Minh City.

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