Château du Courlat is located in Lussac Saint-Émilion on Bordeaux's right bank. There are old stables that still exist from the middle-ages and the estate is covered with ivy. The property still shows the tower which was once owned by the Seigneurs Barons de Montagne. The first vines were planted during the middle-ages around the same time the Saint Emilion Jurade was created. Through successive generations, Pierre Bourotte rescued Le Courlat from sale by taking on the challenge started by his grandfather, Le Courlat 'Jean-Baptiste’. As a child, Pierre Bourotte was drawn to Château du Courlat and knew he wanted to continue his grandfather’s work. The property today counts 17 hectares of vines, and is run by Bourotte family, and has long since taken its place at the very top of the appellation Lussac Saint Emilion. The Bourotte family also own Clos du Clocher and Château Monregard La Croix in Pomerol, Château Les Hauts-Conseillants in Lalande de Pomerol and Chateau Beausejour amongst others. The slopes of Lussac are sought after for the quality of their clay soils, peppered with traces of limestone. The small plots are managed with care and precision, from pruning, to leaf canopy management and training the vines. The average age of the vines is 21 to 26 years. Grapes are hand harvested into small crates and then sorted.
No products were found matching your selection.
FROM THE WORLD TO YOUR DOOR
Stay up to date!
Sign up for the Ultimate Wine Lovers Newsletter with weekly offers
We respect your privacy. Your information is safe and will never be shared.