Château Cambon


Chateau Cambon was bought by Marcel Lapierre and Jean-Claude Chanudet back in 1995. They then did the pretty daunting job of restoring the estate. And by estate we mean a bankrupt chateau in disrepair, it’s now a working winery and vineyard, no small feat by any stretch of the imagination. The grapes used to make their Beaujolais come from vines that used to belong to Jules Chauvet; one of the very first winemakers to promote wine production sans Sulphur! Jules Chaucer was also a mentor to Marcel Lapierre. Marie and Jean-Claude bought the tiny 2.5ha parcel in 2010.

wine from Château Cambon

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