Due to its family and wine heritage since 1750, Château Montlabert is naturally devoted to the art of hospitality.
Understanding as much as feeling the spirit of Montlabert: that is the philosophy of this place. Whether you are a private individual or a professional, Château Montlabert offers a wide range of visits and seminars upon reservation. Here, wine is at the heart of the experience.
The vineyard is a matter of time and long-term vision, ensuring the ambition of quality.
The time of the vine and the wine is governed by that of the land, terroir, and climatology. With the intention of expressing and enhancing this plot-based work, Château Montlabert has adopted innovative and technological solutions, addressing oenological and environmental considerations.
The vineyard of Château Montlabert lies at the heart of the property's history. Since 2011, Château Montlabert has been managing its vineyard through an agro-ecological approach, cultivating its plots with the utmost precision and care.
Château Montlabert has crossed the centuries with discretion, humbly standing alongside its illustrious neighbors.
Today, it is writing a new chapter in its history, blending a highly technological environment with architectural styles reminiscent of the 18th century.
Its tapestries with vibrant patterns, period furniture, and chandeliers make it a gem of Saint-Emilion's wine history and tradition. Montlabert is one of the few estates that has preserved its avenue of evergreen oaks, which cuts through the vineyards and opens up to the English-style park before leading to the Chartreuse (a type of French country house).
Winemaking is an art, an alchemy between the land, the vine, and the human touch.
At Château Montlabert, every vintage, plot, and grape variety is carefully listened to in order to express the authenticity of the terroir.
Winemaking is a subtle art that respects natural balances. The recently renovated cellar is a precise tool to achieve the perfection of the terroir. Château Montlabert combines expertise, oenological ambition, and sustainability.
The expression of meticulous work and special attention given to each stage of production allows for wines that reveal aromatic elegance and a blend of finesse and brilliance, representing the distinction of the finest wines.
The men and women of Château Montlabert have worked with patience and passion for over ten years to reveal the uniqueness of its terroir and define the personality and style of its wines.
Saint-Emilion is a story and a landscape that is told through its most beautiful properties.
Beyond its inscription on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1999, Saint-Emilion maintains its traditions to uphold its reputation for excellence.
As guardian of traditions, the Brotherhood of Jurade ensures the preservation and promotion of the appellation, while the jury of the Grand Crus Classés of Saint-Emilion embodies the demand for quality and the ambition of great wines. The soul of Saint-Emilion would not be complete without the delicate beauty of its white roses that crown the landscape.