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A brief history

The first trace of Château Magdeleine Bouhou dates back to the 18th century, with the evocation of “Domain Bouhou” in a register.

In the 19th century, the estate became the property of wine merchants from Bordeaux : MM. Arnaut and Jeantet. The wife of Mr. Arnaud and the daughter of Mr. Jeantet were both named Madeleine and they had strong personalities. As a link between these two families, the property took the name Magdeleine-Bouhou.

Early in 1968, Chateau Magdeleine-Bouhou had been classified Premier Cru Bourgeois in the second edition of “Bordeaux and its wines”, see the Ch. Cocks & Ed. Feret reference guide.

After four generations in the same family, Andrew Aekin and Naomi Murtagh purchased Chateau Magdeleine Bouhou for the love of his terroir and with the aim of continuing the work done for the quality of the wines. Since the day one, investment has started with the plantation of white grape varieties, the development of a Gîte and the creation of the micro-distillery "Two Origins distillery" in the cellar of the Château.
A redesign of the packaging is underway to re-create an identity with Château Puynard, the first property of Andrew and Nomi.

The property will enter in 2022 in his first year of Organic winegrowing, certified by Ecocert, after almost ten years of wok in this direction.
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Established in 1908

SCEA Château Magdeleine Bouhou 4 Bouhou
France, Gironde


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