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ABOUT US

Château du Martret is a family-owned négociant and winemaker based in Burgundy, France, in our 200-year-old château.  We also have an office in California, USA, from where we are developing our partnerships with local distributors.

Established in 2006, our offer is made of wines from multiple growing areas across France including reds, whites, or rosés, and a multitude of varietals.  Christophe Bonnefoy, trained at Ecole des Vins de Bourgogne in Beaune, France is our winemaker.

Quality and sustainability in our products are our focus together with formidable flavors and finesse.  

France Sélection is our best selection of the finest wines.  Our family, the Bonnefoy Family, makes this selection during our tastings resulting in exceptional offers.

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During WW2 the Germans established a Kommandanture in the château to watch the border of the occupied French territory.

 

The Bonnefoy family is the 1st French family to live in the château since the Germans left it in 1944.

Christophe Bonnefoy, Winemaker and Owner  of Château du Martret states:  

"My family roots date back a thousand years to Burgundy.  Thanks to this culture and the legacy of this way of life, we consider wine as part of our life.  Our greatest pleasure is to make magnificent selections allowing us to share our wines with as many people as possible.  We like to take as a reference this quote from Henri IV former King of France:  "Bonne cuisine et bon vin, c'est le Paradis sur Terre" meaning "Good food and wine is heaven on Earth."

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Baron Pierre-Charles Bonnefoy du Plan

Baron Pierre-Charles Bonnefoy du Plan was a Man of Confidence of Queen Marie-Antoinette of France and then Secretary of King Louis XVI.  Thanks to this position, he worked with Marquis de La Fayette a French aristocrat and military officer who fought in the American Revolutionary War.

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Queen Marie-Antoinette of France

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Marquis de La Fayette

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