Château Thénac

With a history dating back to the 12th century, Château Thénac bears the same name as the village where it is located in the South West. The property extends over 200 hectares and the Château produces two different ranges of red, white and rosé wines in the Bergerac and Côtes de Bergerac appellations. The Shvidler family also takes advantage of the 500 plum trees in the grounds to produce IGP d'Ente brandies. Find out more
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Château Thénac has a history that goes back to the 12th century. Even then, the Benedictine monks saw the potential of the land and built a priory on this very spot. The Protestant revolts of 1621 led to the destruction of the building before a new castle was rebuilt on the ruins. The estate is immense, covering nearly 200 hectares of limestone, flint, clay and boulbène soils.
Chateau Thénac offers two ranges of wines: Château Thénac and Fleur de Thénac which is the second wine of the château. Unlike most wine estates, Château Thénac does not produce only wine on its property.
Registered since 24/02/2021
Lieu dit Château Thénac ,
24240 Thénac
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