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The winery is located in the municipality of Floressas, 100 kilometres north of Toulouse in the Département of Lot in southwest France. The oldest mention of a vineyard "Chambert" dates back to 1100. The estate has had an eventful history: in 1690 a Mademoiselle de La Valette, in 1810 a Lathese family and in 1870 a Bataille family took possession of the estate. In 1870, phylloxera devastated the majority of the vineyards. After the death of the owner, General Bataille (1862-1914) during the First World War, the 300 hectares of land were completely destroyed. It was not until 1973 that Marc Delgoulet made a fresh start by revitalising the best plots. In 1994 his son Joel took over the business. Finally, in November 2007, Philippe Lejeune took over the business

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