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Château de Môle – Puisseguin B&B

Chateau de Mole

In Puisseguin (33 Gironde, Nouvelle Aquitaine) the Château de Môle offers stylish Bed and Breakfast (Chambres d’Hotes) in a top Bordeaux wine chateau:-

Located a few kilometres from Saint-Emilion Château de Môle is surrounded by vineyards and built on a perfectly drained clay/limestone plateau. The vines benefit from a south to south-west orientation and a dry, bright micro-climate, which contribute to forming perfectly ripe grapes by harvest time.
Since the 18th century, seven generations from the same family succeeded one another in the chateau. Combining traditional methods with the most sophisticated equipment, the Auger family, which has owned the property since 2006, is now taking its turn to invest into the production of two great wines: Château de Môle and Roc Saint-Jacques. Accessible via Libourne Train Station, Château de Môle is 10 km from Saint-Emilion and 50 km from Bordeaux city centre. The area is characterised by farmland and vineyards amidst gently rolling hills.

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Château de Môle

Puisseguin St Emilion is one of the satellites of the Saint-Emilion appellation, producing red wines mainly based on the Merlot grape. The chateau produces 2  great red wines, Château de Môle and Roc Saint-Jacques in the purest style of Saint-Emilion wines.
The grapes used are Merlot (85% ), Cabernets-Franc ( 10%) and Cabernets-Sauvignon (5% ).

The AUGER family who owns Château de Môle since 2006, has invested heavily in the property to produce high quality wines.

for more info and to check availability at this Puisseguin B&B see  Château de Môle

nearby alternative vineyard accommodation: Clos Vieux Rochers self-catering gites

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