Le terroir

A formidable combination of terroirs that synthesizes the strong characteristics of the two shores

One of the remarkable points of the vineyard is its exposure on the hillsides, offering a large amount of sunshine thanks to a very predominantly south-east, south-west exposure. The vineyard offers a high average planting density with 5200 vines / hectare. The average age of the vineyard is just over thirty years. Merlot is present on 80% of the grape varieties and supplemented with c abernet franc, cabernet Sauvignon and recently Malbec.

The Haut-Peyrat vineyard grows on limestone and clay-limestone soil.

It has a rare characteristic, that of bringing together the terroirs of the right (clay-limestone) and left (clay-gravel) banks on the same property. This palette of soils is conducive to the quality and complexity of the wines and it is these singularities that attribute Haut-Peyrat many similarities with the great Bordeaux terroirs.

Clayey-gravelly soil

Gravelly soil

Clay soil


Château Haut Peyrat is located in the heights of the village of Cambes in the Bordeaux region.

The whole of the buildings is on the croup of a hill which offers a view on the territory of Entre-deux-Mers.


Château Haut Peyrat

33880 Cambes

+33 5 57 80 47 27 


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