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Pascal Chatonnet
Lying within the commune of Néac, precisely on the ancient pilgrim road to St Jacques de Compostelle, at the crossroads of the famous St Emilion and Pomerol appellation on a silico-clayey soil stands an uncommon property, covering an area of 28 hectares (approximately ... acres) :
This "Temple of wine" is the Château Haut-Chaigneau..

Already pointed out in the 18th century in the notebooks of the well-known wine-broker Mr. Tastet-Lawton, the capacity of the Haut-Chaigneau wines to be kept is nowadays more than acknowleged.
Purchased nearly in ruins in 1967, the estate shone forth the area in terms of architecture and quality of its products, thanks to hard work and passion.

Rachetée en ruine ou presque en 1967 elle est devenue aujourd'hui, à force de travail et de passion, la propriété la plus rayonnante de la région par son architecture et ses produits.

Chai du Château Haut-Chaigneau.
Château Haut-Chaigneau.

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Because the wine needs to be tranquil, away from the noises, smells and the hustle and bustle of a wineyard to give its best, André Chatonnet has designed and has had built a building which unique architecture aims at getting a better vinification, a better growing and letting the finest wine lovers taste its quality on the production site. Agrandir
A wineyard overwhelmed with tranquility.
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