Château Bonalgue is a tiny 10-hectare Pomerol estate that has been in the Bourotte family’s hands for almost 100 years. They also own the highly-rated Clos du Clocher, just down the road. It is a demonstration of why well-made Bordeaux is so highly prized, with complexity and drinkability in spades. The château was constructed in 1815 by Antoine Rabion, who was given the land when he retired from military service to Napoleon. Achille Bourotte leased the vines from Antoine and, when he wanted to sell up in 1926, purchased the land. The Bourotte’s have owned it since and have maintained their commitment to producing good quality Pomerol.
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