The property was created in 1677, making it one of the older estates in the Pomerol appellation. By 1854, Chateau Beauregard was a thriving vineyard with close to 14 hectares under vine. Chateau Beauregard passed from family ownership when it was sold to Credit Foncier Bank.
This 17.5-hectare vineyard is located not far from Clos du Clocher and Chateau Petit Village. The terroir is a mix of sand, gravel and clay soil. The vineyard is currently planted to 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Franc but the replanting regime aims to take it to 40% Cabernet Franc eventually.
The vineyard is planted to a very high density, with 9,250 vines per hectare with an average vine age of 35 years.
Vinification takes place in 20, temperature controlled, stainless steel vats. Interestingly, some parcels with both grape varieties are co-fermented, while others are blended at a later date. The wine is aged in an average of 65% new, French oak barrels for between 18 to 24 months. The production of Chateau Beauregard is close to 5,000 cases of wine per year.