Château Beauregard is one of the few Pomerol properties to actually have a château, a distinctive and classic 18th century building that was designed by a pupil of Victor Louis. Beauregard has had several owners and in 1991 it was acquired by Crédit Foncière, which also owns Château Bastor-Lamontagne in Sauternes.
Beauregard is located just outside the village of Catusseau, opposite Château Petit-Village. Its 17 hectares of vineyard are planted on soils rich in gravel - consequently, the wine has a higher proportion of Cabernet grapes (Cabernet Franc 35%, Cabernet Sauvignon 5%) in its blend than most Pomerols.
The grapes are fermented in temperature-controlled, stainless steel vats and the wine is matured in oak casks (70% new) for 18 months. Quality at Beauregard has improved significantly since 1991 and winemaker Vincent Priou is now producing finely crafted and supremely elegant clarets.
Wines sold "In Bond" (including BBX) or “En Primeur” are not available for immediate delivery and storage charges may apply.
Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.