"Chateau de Fesles is one estate that can boast a grand and impressive history. The property dates back to at least 1070, although information about the early centuries - how the land was used, and when the vineyards were first planted, for example - is unknown. Despite this remarkable heritage there is little evidence of this history apparent to the eye today.
From the start, the Chateau had the privilege to benefit from young vines which would later help create the appellation Bonnezeaux, the sweet wine for which the Château is acclaimed. The vineyard itself covers 33 hectares, of which only 14 are classified as AC Bonnezeaux."
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