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Château La Lande Saint Jean takes its name from a plot of land cultivated by the MANAUD family for 5 generations.

Formerly, the vineyard was part of the land of Château Labatut, built between the 13th and 14th centuries, which still overlooks the vineyard.



Handed down mainly from father to daughter, the estate sees the succession of the Baudet, Faux, Roulet and Manaud families, with the arrival in 1949 of François, from Corrèze, followed by his son Michel.

In 2011, Laurent Guibbert, originally from Aveyron, took over the wine business.

He was joined shortly after by his wife Marie-Isabelle Manaud Guibbert, daughter of the previous winegrowers.

Both wish to continue this beautiful family history with heart and humility, facing the challenges of the 21st century.                   

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The estate is located in Saint-Loubès, in the largest wine-growing region of Bordeaux : "Entre-deux-Mers" Between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers halfway between Libourne and Bordeaux.

With an oceanic climate and 25 hectares of vines, it's on a clay-limestone soil that the following grape varieties are grown : Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Petit Verdot.

The diversity of these grape varieties, harvested according to the different maturities, allows us to create different cuvées by blending after tasting.

All of our wines are vinified in our cellars,

by traditional way.  Some of the wines are aged in oak barrels and the other are traditionally vinified in vats. 

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