Pessac-Leognan

Member of the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux

The Thomassin family counts among the forerunners producing the appellation. Château de France was purchased in 1971 by Bernard THOMASSIN and is consulted by Michel Rolland since 1996 and managed by Arnaud THOMASSIN.

This familial estate of 40 hectares in production includes 36 hectares of Cabernet sauvignon and Merlot for the production of red wine and 4 hectares of Sauvignon and Semillon for the production of white wine.

Château de France red and Château de France blanc share worldwide distinctions.
The estate is located on the Graves’area typical rare Ferbos soil and – more confidential – an 19-million year old parcel called “Coquillat”

The Château de France is the meeting between a family and a terroir. Located near Bordeaux in the Graves region, the Château de France is emblematic of the Pessac-Léognan appellation.

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