Château Haut Meyreau dates back to 1802 and was originally founded on a site of just five hectares. Over the years the domain has evolved and expanded to over 100 hectares of vines planted in the Entre-Deux-Mers region. This historic Bordelais estate is situated in Dardenac, a village that has been characterised by wine for centuries, with a history as rich as its terroir.
The fact that the domain is able to age both Entre-Deux-Mers and Bordeaux red for 18 months in French oak barrels proves the estate’s diversity and the range of different possibilities that its terroir has to offer.
With primarily Merlot and Cabernet Franc for the reds, and Sauvignon and Sémillon for the whites, the domain has also chosen to reintroduce Malbec and Muscadelle to its list of grape varieties.