Chateau Monte Christo is only 2.5 hectares in size and is located in the ancient village of Saint-Emilion. Chateau Monte Christo is owned by Jean-Pierre Compin, an agricultural engineer who moved to Bordeaux in 1968. He has been advising many Bordeaux producers for years and his passion for viticulture has grown through his intensive collaboration with winemakers. That's why he bought this small chateau, where he now produces a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru. The vineyard is called Monte Christo and consists of a planting of merlot (85%), cabernet sauvignon (10%) and cabernet franc (5%). The sticks are on average 45 years old.