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  • Barraud, Denis - Producer of Saint-Emilion Lynsolence and Château Les Gravières. Introduction to the estate, the terroir and the wines.
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  • Château Angélus - The estate's name derives from a particularly ancient plot of vineyard, from which the men tending the vines were able to hear the angélus ringing out from all three of the village churches.
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  • Château Ausone - Grand cru classé A chateau. Lists technical data, contacts, and history.
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  • Château Cheval Blanc - One of only two Premier Grand Cru Classé "A" estates in the region. Includes tasting notes, history, owner profiles, and an estate overview. [Flash required. May not work in all browsers.]
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  • Château Corbin - Grand Cru Classé. Présentation, vine-growing, wine making, data sheet and reviews.
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  • Château Dassault - The vineyards are situated on the north slope of Saint-Emilion and produce, on average, 80,000 bottles per annum.
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  • Château de Ferrand - This estate offers mature wines (5 years). Contains information on vineyard and wines.
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  • Château du Paradis - Saint Emilion grand cru. Features history, wines, and a map.
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  • Château Faugères - The estate has been in the family of Péby Guisez since 1823.
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  • Château Figeac - The history of this great estate dates from the 2nd century AD.
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  • Château Franc Mayne - The estate has benefited from considerable investment to meet high quality objectives and to recapture the specific local identity of wine production.
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  • Château Franc-Patarabet - Brief introduction to this 6 hectares estate.
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  • Château Grand Corbin-Despagne - The name Despagne has been associated with Saint Emilion for over 500 years.
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  • Château Grand Mayne - Bought by the Nony family in 1934, and one of the most beautiful properties in the centre of the commune.
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  • Château Guillotin - The vineyards of Château Guillotin were established in 1730 and have been passed down through the centuries, father to son, until the present day to Jean Michel Moritz.
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  • Château Haut-Bonneau - Produces reds from the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation. Includes an estate history, product descriptions, and ordering.
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  • Château La Gaffelière - Premier grand cru. Includes news, history, vintages, and contact information.
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  • Clos Fourtet - First growth. Presents location and terroir, technical notes and vintages. [Flash required]
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  • Union de Producteurs de Saint-Emilion - Cooperative that allows each producer to vinify separately. Includes information about the company and the region. [Flash required]
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  • Vignobles Mestreguilhem - Produces Chateau Pipeau and Chateau Pindefleurs in St. Emilion, as well as Chateau Joinin in Entre-Deux-Mers.
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