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The history of Chateau des Bachelards can be dated back to 1100, when the Benedictine monks of Cluny created the Chateau’s vineyards. Today, Bachelards covers 12 hectares of land across Fleurie, Saint Amour, and Moulin a Vent owned by the very passionate Alexandra de Vazeilles, who is an MBA graduate in viticulture, oenology, marketing and finance, and has a decade of solid experience working at Chateau Latour in Pauillac.

Chateau des Bachelards is the first organic and biodynamic pioneer of the Fleurie, Moulin a Vent and Saint Amour appellations. With its remarkable asset of 60-to-100-year-old vines, the production is miniscule. Their wines are characterized by the combination of the elegance of Burgundy and the delicacy of the Rhone Valley.

Not only are the wines being well appreciated by critics including Jancis Robinson and James Suckling (with average 95+ points for 2018 vintage), but they are also served in many top Michelin-starred restaurants including Guy Savoy*** and Pierre Gagnaire***.

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