We taste wines back to 1970 from one of the most famous Provence estates

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A vineyard in Provence that also traces its roots to Bordeaux recently organised a tasting with wines back to 1970: Chateau Vignelaure in Coteaux d’Aix en Provence.

Here the first cabernet sauvignon was planted in the mid-1960s. And this grape is the hallmark of the estate. We have met the owners, the Danish/Swedish couple Mette and Bengt Sundstrom at an event that they stage in Paris. We talked about the wines, the history and the most recent developments.

Read more in our producer profile and tasting report on chateau Vignelaure.

A range of Chateau Vignelaure, Provence
A range of Chateau Vignelaure, Provence, copyright BKWine Photography

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