Chateau Cabezac

History & Background

Gontran Dondain, fell in love with enology a long time ago thanks to his contact with the world of wine as a leader in the food industry. A passionate wine enthusiast he fell under the Languedoc's sun-drenched spell, and enchanted by its exceptional terroir, he acquired Château Cabezac in 1997 for its enormous potential. He worked tirelessly to improve the estate and restructure and modernize the winery with the help of his daughter Stephanie. In the last few years Stephanie has taken over the work of her father and continued to build on his success. At the beginning of 2020 Gontran passed away leaving the estate to Stephanie. Located in the heart of the Languedoc-Roussillon region, in the south of France, Château Cabezac is a vineyard of 75 hectares classified in AOP Minervois.  The Château Cabezac estate is located in the communes of Bize Minervois, Agel and Ginestas. The property is spread over 5 localities in appellation Minervois Protégée. They practice sustainable agriculture.