CHATEAU HAUT COULOUMEY
Chateau Haut Couloumey carries a rich history. King Louis XIV used to hunt in their forests. In 1995, the Chateau provided the setting for two French films: "The Faithful Infidel" and "Dance with Life".
Following 60 years of no wine production, Pierre Bon replanted vines in 1998 and now has close to 4 hectares of vineyard in one of the oldest terriors of Bordeaux. Chateau Haut Couloumey produces 95% red wine and 5% white wine. Their techniques are environmentally friendly, without the use of herbicides and treatments. The harvesting is done manually as well.