The 52 hectare vineyard of Chateau Bastor Lamontagne is planted to 80% Semillon, 17% Sauvignon Blanc and 3% Muscadelle. Situated in the commune of Preignac, in Sauternes, the vineyard is located not that far from Chateau Suduiraut, with a large percentage of their vines touching the vineyards of Suduiraut.
The majority of the sizable vineyard is in one, large block of vines, which is not always the case in Bordeaux. The terroir is sand, limestone, gravel and clay soils. On average, the vines are 37 years of age. The vineyard is planted to a vine density of 7,000 vines per hectare.
To produce the wine of Chateau Bastor Lamontagne, after a pneumatic pressing, the wine is fermented in French oak barrels and is aged in an average of 20% new, French oak barrels for close to 15 months.
The estate produces two second wines, Remparts de Bastor and Caprice as well as a dry white Bordeaux wine called B.
The production is close to 13,000 cases of Chateau Bastor Lamontagne per year. From time to time, Chateau Bastor Lamontagne has also produced a small amount of Creme de Tete, which is made from a selection of their best grapes

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