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EARL DU CHATEL DELACOUR

It was in 1994 that the Delacour family acquired the Vineyards, then known as «Château La Rouchonne ." The first act was to rename the domain in «Château de la Cour." This name was chosen with the effigy of the Chevalier De La Cour landowner and ancestor of the Court served under King Charles IX and whose coat of arms , which was presented to him for his bravery in battle , now adorns the bottles of Château .

In 2004, the Delacour Vineyards acquire “Le Clos des Templiers” in another prestigious appellation Lalande de Pomerol. It takes its name from ending the Templars, whom he served as relay in the Middle Ages. Early vines are restructured. The cellar waits 2010 before being modernized.

Under the Management of Huge Delacour , with passion and work , the property was completely restructured. In 1995 a winery that is both modern and practical was built (the previous owner bringing his crop to the cooperative cellar of Saint Emilion ) . The vineyard has been modernized : new planting , trellising was built-up ... Once the tool is optimized production, Delacour family is striving to restore the residence of the XIX century. Representation is also present on the labels of bottles. Since its inception, Château de la Cour is appreciated for its quality and consistency in different wine shop and restaurants in France and abroad .

Under the dynamics of the new manager , Bruno Delacour, the Delacour’s Vineyards continue to modernize and move forward with the goal of always producing quality wines , to the delight of wine lovers

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Agribusiness: Wine, spirits, other drinks

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French overseas departments and territories

North America

North Asia

Oceania

South-east Asia

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African countries of the Indian Ocean

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French overseas departments and territories

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South America

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