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Château Mangot: Yann and Karl Todeschini

Three generations of the Mangot family have dedicated themselves to making the château a jewel among the Saint-Émilion estates since 1952.
The 34 hectares of vines are spread over 21 contiguous parcels in the eastern part of the appellation.
Grandfather planted the first vineyard, father and mother renovated the buildings and (starting in 1989) all the vines, and they also laid terraces. Since 2008 their sons Karl and Yann Todeschini have continued their work. Today they have adopted the biodynamic model, with compost, minerals and natural preparations. And their efforts to improve quality have been rewarded: Mangot has borne the Saint-Émilion Grand Cru appellation since 2001.
The 34 hectares of vines are located on 21 contiguous parcels in the eastern part of the appellation, in the immediate vicinity of three notable estates: Valandraud, de Pressac and Faugères. Mangot is planted 85% with Merlot, complemented by 10% Cabernet franc and 5% Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Todeschini are among the last families here with extensive property of their own. "What we do has direct consequences for our UNESCO-protected cultural landscape, which we are determined to preserve. And the same goes for our wine, which we bottle as a classic Saint-Émilion – elegant and rich in finesse."

Wines from Château Mangot