Château Beauséjour in Fronsac

The château Beauséjour belongs to the Sudrat family for five generations.

For three generations, transmission has been done by women.

Camped at hillside and dominating the loops of the Dordogne, château Beauséjour is located on a watershed which prolongs the hillock of Fronsac towards the North East.

On north – east oriented & well sunny sides, the vineyard produces fine & delicate wines.

The vineyard is located in the village of Saillans on a argilo – calcareous soil with iron underlying.

  • Grape varieties : 85% merlot, 10% cabernet sauvignon and 5% cabernet franc.
  • Reasoned culture with limited fungicidal treatments. CMR chemical products excluded.
  • Restrictive pruning and leaves’ thinning out.
  • Manual and mechanical harvesting with egraineur & sorting table.
  • Fermentations are thermoregulated over 20 days approximately.
  • Wine is matured in French oak barrels, which are renewed for one third every year.
  • Wine stays in barrels for 12 to 18 months depending on the vintages, before bottling.
  • Wine consultants : Oenoconseil Rive Droite : Arnaud Chambolle.
Date of creation
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Average age of the vineyard

Tasting comments about our last vintages

Millésime 2016

  • Concours Régional des Vins d’Aquitaine : Silver Medal
  • Anthocyanes Yohan Castaing : 15-16,
  • Yves Beck : 92-94
  • James Suckling : 91-92
  • Le Point Jacques Dupont, noted 15,5.
  • La Revue des Vins de France : 14,5 – 15,

Millésime 2015

  • Sélection Guide Hachette : 2 stars.
  • Revue des Vins de France, noted 14-15

Millésime 2014

  • Concours Régional des Vins d’Aquitaine : Bronze medal.
  • Sélection Guide Hachette.
  • Le Point Jacques Dupont, noted 14,5

Millésime 2013

  • Concours Régional des Vins d’Aquitaine : Silver medal
  • Le Point Jacques Dupont, noted 14,5-15

Millésime 2012

  • Concours Régional des Vins d’Aquitaine : Gold Medal.
  • Le Point Jacques Dupont, noted 13,5

Tasting recommandations

Depending on the vintage, we can start tasting château Beauséjour FRONSAC after two to three years, but it can also be tasted after five to twelve years.

The château Beauséjour, very typical of Fronsac, will go well with game, red meat & cheese.

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