The Fronsac appellation is located in the triangle formed by the confluence of the Isle and Dordogne rivers. On the top of a hill surrounded by steep limestone slopes, the town of Fronsac is the site of a former Gaulish camp and a fortress built by Charlemagne. He took a strong interest in winegrowing here, and it is said that he was responsible for developing the use of oak barrels with iron hoops to transport the wine. Château Beauséjour’s vineyards were first planted around 1870. It has been in the same family for five generations.

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Weight 1.5 kg


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