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Jean de Pontac was the founder of Haut-Brion in the 16th century. The warm and early microclimate of the château makes it one of the first to be harvested in the whole region. The terroir is formed by two gravelly hilltops of about fifteen metres. The subsoil is composed of gravel and sand on a clayey-chalky layer. The average age of the vines is 30 years. The density is 8,000 vines/ha for an average yield of 36 hl/ha.
The very rare white wine produced at Haut-Brion is made from 2ha 87 of Sauvignon and Semillon. Fermentation takes place in barrels, as does the maturing process which lasts 9 to 12 months in 50% new barrels.
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