Château Mont-Pérat, archaically Domaine du Peyrat, is a Bordeaux winery from the appellation Premières Côtes de Bordeaux in the department Gironde. The estate is located on the Right Bank of the Garonne, opposite that of Graves, in the commune of Capian.
The estate produces a red and a dry white grand vin. Mont-Pérat has for long remained relatively unknown, though the estate was mentioned in the second edition of Féret in 1864, it has more recently been described as a wine that could pass for being much more expensive.
The estate was acquired by the Despagne family in 1998, also proprietors of the considerably more fashionable and higher priced Merlot based wine Girolate.
The vineyards extend 102 hectares (250 acres) with vines of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Sauvignon blanc, Sémillon and Muscadelle.
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