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Chateau de Beauregard

Chateau de Beauregard

Chateau de Beauregard

Featuring a vineyard of 23 hectares, Chateau de Beauregard is located in the heart of the appellation at Puy Notre Dame and Cremant de Loire.

With a history that dates back to 1593, the current neo-Gothic mansion standing today was built in the 19th century.

The 23-ha land comprises two islands of 10 ha each. The first island features clay-limestone soil that rests on a very thick base of chalk tufa, one of the best soils in the region. Producing complex wines with great delicacy is made possible with this terroir.

The second island has one of the hottest and driest climates in the Loire Valley, and showcases a flint clay tray and chalky subsoil, making it ideal for producing the grape varieties, Cabernet and Chenin.

With several km of cellars dug in the tufa, and a constant temperature of 12 °C, the slow maturation of the wines is achievable, thus guaranteeing high-quality products. The conditions are especially optimal for the preparation of fine bubbles found in our sparkling wines like Saumur Brut and Crémant.

Concerned with an authentic viticulture, Château de Beauregard adheres to the charter of the independent winemaker who:

  • Respects his terroir
  • Works his vineyard
  • Harvests his grapes
  • Vinifies and raises his wine
  • Develops his brand
  • Bottles his production in his cellar
  • Markets its products
  • Perfected in respect of tradition
  • Welcomes, advises the tasting and takes pleasure in presenting his work and culture

At Chateau de Beauregard, we practise sustainable agriculture ─ vines are grassed. In addition, we do not use chemical fertilisers, and opt to apply prudent treatments against any diseases with regards to the vines. Check out our wines here.

Appellations (AOP) of Chateau de Beauregard

Saumur Puy Notre Dame

A brand new product made from Cabernet Franc, this is a red wine with aromas of candied fruits.

Characteristics: Long in the mouth, the tannins are supple. Limited yield and careful cultivation produce a wine with a great personality that reflects the terroir.

Basic yield: 50 hl/ha 

Grape Varieties: 85% minimum Cabernet Franc - Cabernet Sauvignon 

Dominant cultivation practices: 5,000 plants/ha. 

Apart from very strict specifications, the vines are controlled in July and just before the harvest.  In addition, all lots are tasted for approval.


Red Saumur

Cabernet Franc can be made into wines on its own, or mixed with a low proportion of Cabernet Sauvignon for fruity, easy-drinking wines.

Basic yield: 60 hl/ha

Grape Varieties: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon. 

Dominant cultivation practices: Density of 5,000 feet/ha.

The Red Saumur has been awarded with a gold medal and two silver medals for the Red Saumur cuvée "Les Fontenelles" 2014 Château de Beauregard at the Wine Competition of the Independent Winemakers.


White Saumur

Made with Chenin, this white wine expresses a personality that is both strong and delicate. This is a great Loire white wine that deserves to be better known!

Basic yield: 60 hl/ha

Grape Varieties: Chenin (80% minimum), Chardonnay

Dominant cultivation practices: Density of 5000 feet/ha.


Coteaux de Saumur

This is a sweet white wine made from over-ripened Chenin grapes. It exudes the aromas of candied fruits, predominantly apricot. The hillside of Saumur produces a rich and complex wine that is often more delicate than its neighbouring wines produced from the hillsides.

At the Château de Beauregard, we only cultivate on the hillsides of Saumur in the years that are ideally suited to a south-facing and well-ventilated hillside terroir.

Basic yield: 38 hl/ha

Grape Varieties: Chenin Blanc

Dominant cultivation practices: Density from 4,500 to 5,000 feet/ha.


Raw Saumur

In order to maintain a consistent quality from one year to the next, the Raw Saumur is crafted from a mix of Chenin, Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc grapes.

This wine is made according to the method of Dom Pérignon (traditional method) which showcases a double fermentation of relative complexity, resulting in a delicate and complex wine.

Basic yield: 66 hl/ha

Grape Varieties: Chenin, Chardonnay, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet with constraints of assemblages favouring traditional grape varieties.

Dominant cultivation practices: Density of 5,000 feet/ha.

The raw Saumur "Château de Beauregard" is fully elaborated and bottled at the estate.


Rosé de Loire

This is a wine obtained by direct pressing or bleeding during the fermentation of the red grape varieties, Cabernet or Cabernet Sauvignon.

A very aromatic wine with notes of red fruits and violet, it offers very delicate and refreshing flavours.

Basic yield: 60 hl/ha

Grape Varieties: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon

Dominant cultivation practices: Density from 4,000 to 5,000 feet/ha




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