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Château de Chazoux





Right in the heart of the Mâcon region, Chazoux Estate has been the property of the same family for two centuries. A magnificent vineyard stretches over an area of sixteen hectares surrounding a landscaped garden which shelters the castle. The vineyards spread out down onto the hillsides which overlook on the Saône valley.
Christophe de la Chapelle, a landscape gardener, has taken over the family estate for a few years now with the aim of carrying on the tradition and authenticity of its wines while favoring quality and modernity. The wines are produced in a traditional vaulted cellar which is located right in the heart of the estate. The Chazoux vineyards are planted with Burgundy’s three main varietals: Chardonnay for white wine, Gamay and Pinot noir for the reds.

Our Wines



Chardonnay from south-west, clay and limestone vineyards. Fermentation in traditional, temperature controlled concrete vats. Aged for 8-10 month.



Gamay Noir grown on south-west clay and limestone hills. Grapes are destemmed, cold maceration for 10 days. Temperature controlled fermentation in cement vats, aged for 10 month in large wooden vats (foudre).

Mâcon-Villages 'La Baronne'


Chardonnay from a single-plot cuvée grown on clay and limestone, on top of the Château’s hill. Grapes are hand-picked, soft pressed and go through long (2 month), cold fermentation, with indigenous yeast. After malolactic fermentation, aged for 10 months on fine lees.

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