Location & history

Château Gantonnet is nestled in the center of the vineyard, where men and women serve their terroir to reveal its unique identity: an intense and elegant expression of authentic, aromatic, and gourmet wines.
Vignes
Between the valleys of the Garonne and the Dordogne, you will find the vineyard of Entre-Deux-Mers. On one side, the Bordeaux vineyard’s left bank, with Médoc, Graves, and Sauternes, on the other, the right bank with Blaye & Bourg and Libournais. In the center, Château Gantonnet, located 20 km from Saint-Emilion, in the small Gironde village of Sainte-Radegonde. Sixty kilometers further, the city of Bordeaux, with its rich historical and cultural heritage, is classified as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Vignes

Nineteenth-Century Legacy

Although built at that time, Château Gantonnet has belonged to the Richard family since 1962. The family’s first acquisition in the Bordeaux vineyard marks its entry into the world of wine production.

Château
Anxious to understand and perfect this terroir with its geological diversity of earth and stone and excellent sun exposure, the family created a new cellar, large and equipped enough to offer an impressive storage capacity and allow plot by plot vinification. The result is a precise assemblage, reflecting the terroir’s typical characteristics.