Château Magondeau


According to an inscription, the cellars located in the quaint little port of Saillans, on the banks of the Isle river, were built in 1878. Barges stopped here to load casks of wine and to carry them to traders in Libourne and Bordeaux. Through his wife, Henry Goujon inherited the estate named after a former Libourne notary, Mr Puiffe de Magondeau, in 1933. His son André succeeded him in 1964, and with his wife, turned to estate ageing and bottling. In 1989, after studying winemaking and oenology, André’s son, Olivier, took over the family estate


Other wines of this property :

Château Magondeau Beau Site, Passion de Magondeau


Key Information

AOC: Fronsac

Soil type: Clay and limestone

Size: 18 ha

Average age of vines: 35 years

Annual production: 100 000 bottles

Grape varieties: 100% Merlot

Wine making:
Aged for 12 to 18 months in vats or barrels


Visit by appointment

English spoken


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Address & Contact

SCEV Vignobles Goujon et fils – M. Olivier Goujon

Château Magondeau

1 le port – 33141 Saillans

Tel : +33 (0) 5 57 84 32 02