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About the wine of Saint-Emilion

Saint Emilion is one of the largest wine appellations in Bordeaux with 5,565 hectares of vines. It is also the best known French appellation internationally, thanks in particular to La Jurade, created in 1884, which became the first winegrowers' union in France. The winegrowers' union established two AOCs: AOC Saint Emilion Grand Cru which represents nearly 70% of the appellation and AOC Saint Emilion for the remaining 30%. In 1955, it created a classification, reviewed every 10 years, which allows the Great Wines of St Emilion the following distinctions (Classification of 2012):

  • - 1er Grand Cru Classé A:

Cheval Blanc, Château Ausone, Château Pavie and Château Angélus.


  • - 1er Grand Cru Classé B:

The 1er Grand Cru Classé (B) of St Emilion. Regrouping 14 properties including the famous Château Figeac, neighbour of Cheval Blanc and also Château Belair (now Belair-Monange), Trotte Vieille, Pavie Macquin, Troplong-Mondot, Beausejour, Beausejour-Becot, Canon, Canon la Gaffeliere, Clos Fourtet, Valandraud, Larcis-Ducasse, La Mondotte and La Gaffeliere.


  • - • Grand Cru Classé: 64 properties

The typicity of the wines of Saint Emilion comes from the use of Merlot on three quarters of the vineyard. The other grape varieties used are Cabernet Franc for 15% of the vineyard and Cabernet Sauvignon for the rest. This blend produces rich and solid wines with great aromatic complexity. The Grands Crus of Saint Emilion can age over 20 years for the best of them. They then soften to give elegant wines with a very fine texture.


The terroir of St Emilion is characterised by two very distinct parts:
- Around the village remains the plateau made up of Limestone at Asteries. South of the plateau, the steep slope called the Côte is composed of clay and limestone scree.
- North of the appellation, near Pomerol, the soil is made up of a layer of sand and gravel with sometimes a high clay content at depth. This type of soil allows a simpler cultivation of Cabernet Franc. Note that the château Cheval Blanc and Figeac have the particularity of having a strong mix of Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.


The best vintages of Saint Emilion?

Here is the classification of the best vintages of Saint Emilion :

2016, 2015, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005, 2003, 2001, 2000, 1998, 1990, 1989, 1985, 1964, 1961, 1959, 1955, 1953, 1950, 1949 and 1945.

Some mythical bottles of the St Emilion appellation :

Château Cheval Blanc 1947, Château Cheval Blanc 2010, Château Ausone 2000, Château Ausone 2005, Château Figeac 1949, Château Angélus 1989, ..


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Château Mangot 2018
Red2018 Bordeaux Saint-Emilion
93-95/100 Wine SpectatorWS
Partners estate

259 in stock

Château Fonroque
Red2016 Bordeaux Saint-Emilion
93/100 Wine SpectatorWS
95/100 Robert ParkerRP

38 in stock

Château Angélus 2000
Red2000 Bordeaux Saint-Emilion
96/100 Wine SpectatorWS
99/100 Robert ParkerRP
Regular price 575

23 in stock

Château l'Arrosée 2005
Red2005 Bordeaux Saint-Emilion
91/100 Wine SpectatorWS
91/100 Robert ParkerRP

12 in stock

Il y a en 64 châteaux avec l'appellation St Emilion Grand Cru. Les conditions de production des vins de St Emilion Grand Cru doivent obligatoirement respecter un rendement limité à 40 hl/ha et un élevage de 12 mois. Consultez les prix des Saint Emilion Grands Crus en Stock

Depuis 2012, il y a 4 Premiers grands crus classés AChâteau Angélus (promu en 2012), Château Ausone Château Cheval Blanc et Château Pavie (promu en 2012) et 14 Premiers grands crus classés B. 

Les Grands Crus de St Emilion peuvent être gardé de 5 à 10 ans avant d'être dégustés. Les Grands Crus Classés de Saint Emilion peuvent être conservés entre 15 et 25 ans. Consultez les prix des vins de Saint Emilion

Les Vins de St Emilion s'accordent très bien avec les volailles, les viandes rouges et les gibiers. Découvrir le Guide de Dégustation des vins de St Emilion

Le prix d'un Saint Emilion Grand Cru est entre 20€ et 30€ la bouteille. Pour un Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classé il faudra débourser entre 40€ et 100€. Consultez les prix des Saint Emilion en Stock.