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In 2013, Château de la Vielle Chapelle completed their conversion to organic farming, then they became certified biodynamic in 2017. Currently, all harvesting is performed manually, with no additives, fining and filtration.
Château de la Vielle Chapelle was founded in 2006, after much searching from founders Frédéric and Fabienne Mallier. They had a desire to only begin this adventure on the perfect vineyard in Bordeaux. The Estate consists of 21 hectares along the Dordogne river in a beautiful environment. The name stemming from a 12th century Roman chapel.
Located in the Fronsac district, Chateau de la Vieille Chapelle produces wine on 9 hectares, yielding between 35 to 45,000 bottles per year in AOC Bordeaux, AOC Bordeaux Supérieur, Vin de France.