Château de la Sablière Fongrave

The estate lies on a line of clay-limestone hills separating the Garonne and Dordogne river basins, in the commune of Gornac, 5 kilometres from Château de l’Orangerie.

Sablière Fongrave refers to the limestone hill on which the estate is built. The term “Fongrave”, meanwhile, is an evolution of the original name: “Fongrane”, mentioned on the 1829 Napoleonic cadastre, which is a contraction of “Fon” (meaning “fountain” in Gascon) and “Grane” (“large” in Gascon). In 2014, Gallo-Roman remains were found during surveys carried out near the estate.

Château de la Sablière Fongrave
33540 Gornac
Château de la Sablière Fongrave Vignes

Le Terroir

Clayey-limestone or clayey soils, earth subsoil very compact sandy-clay

Surface area

36 hectares of vines


AOC Bordeaux Supérieur Red, Entre-Deux-Mers

Grape varieties

Red vines: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère
White vines: Sauvignon Blanc

Are you 18 or over?

By accessing this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.