Château Henri Bonnaud
Château Henri Bonnaud is the story of a grandson, Stéphane Spitzglous, passionate about the land, wine and its terroir, and wishing to pay tribute to his grandfather, the famous Henri Bonnaud. In this story, it is impossible to talk about one, let alone the other! Château Henri Bonnaud is a 28-hectare family estate, located at the foot of Mont Sainte Victoire, where the entire vineyard is managed organically. Stéphane, the winegrower, produces Palette AOC wines, but also Côtes de Provence, Côtes de Provence Sainte Victoire, and IGP Méditerranée. The terroir consists of a clay-limestone soil known as Langesse, with more than 3000 hours of annual sunshine and 650 millimetres of rain, giving the vines a favourable context for the production of great wines. The vineyard is located in the heart of a magnificent countryside whose black spindles of cypress trees, vines, olive groves and pines, emerging from the red earth, inspired the painter Cézanne

Winemaker Notes

Stéphane Spitzglous

Château Henri Bonnaud

by Stéphane Spitzglous
The wines of Château Henri Bonnaud all have one thing in common: a delicacy that seduces you, in the aromas and tannins. If you meet Stéphane one day, during a tasting at a wine fair, he will tell you timidly that he likes to give a certain femininity to his wines. In any case, with expressive noses and endless finales, its wines will leave you with a very good memory

Location

France-made