Listing wineries in Saint Emilion and informational resources relevant to Saint Emilion wine.
Producer of Saint-Emilion Lynsolence and Château Les Gravières. Introduction to the estate, the terroir and the wines.
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.
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.]
Grand Cru Classé. Présentation, vine-growing, wine making, data sheet and reviews.
The vineyards are situated on the north slope of Saint-Emilion and produce, on average, 80,000 bottles per annum.
Château de Ferrand
This estate offers mature wines (5 years). Contains information on vineyard and wines.
Château du Paradis
Saint Emilion grand cru. Features history, wines, and a map.
The estate has been in the family of Péby Guisez since 1823.
The history of this great estate dates from the 2nd century AD.
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.
Château Grand Corbin-Despagne
The name Despagne has been associated with Saint Emilion for over 500 years.
Château Grand Mayne
Bought by the Nony family in 1934, and one of the most beautiful properties in the centre of the commune.
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.
Produces reds from the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation. Includes an estate history, product descriptions, and ordering.
Château La Gaffelière
Premier grand cru. Includes news, history, vintages, and contact information.
First growth. Presents location and terroir, technical notes and vintages. [Flash required]
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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