Origin of Montlong:
Fief and old noble haunt, with the jurisdiction of Mount-Cuq. The Gaignère manuscripts at the National Library contain the tribute given by the "Mons longus" lord to the king of England in 1273.
situation of the property:
Pleasantly situated on the lower slopes (155 m) of the south of Bergerac, the town of POMPORT covers 1,954 hectares, of which 1,200 are currently planted with vines producing MONBAZILLAC" for white wine and "BERGERAC" for red wine; which could again justify the first significance of its name.
On the heights of Pomport, at about a hundred meters of altitude, the Haut Montlong dominates the Dordogne valley, in the heart of the Monbazillac vineyard
Family of winegrowers since the 17th century, the domain expanded with the acquisition of parcels on various lands to reach a multitude of typicality. Today, the Domain of Haut Montlong includes 70 hectares of vines, planted on clay-limestone and gravel-sand mixture soils, following the acquisition this year of 20 Ha. This particularity gives the products a typicality that the cellar master highlights and promotes at the maximum throughout the development and aging of the wine.