Appellation Saint-Georges Saint-Émilion

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Château La Rose St Georges

Saint-Georges-Saint-Émilion

Characteristics

Appellation : St-Georges-Saint-Emilion

Owner : Henry Chabut-Janoueix

Area under vine : 1,50 hectare

Grape varieties : 80 % Merlot black for roundness, 20 % Cabernet Franc for elegance

Barrels : 7 (700 boxes)

Sales : Joseph Janoueix

Food pairing

The Chateaux Joseph Janoueix has had the honour of being present at the Elysée, Matignon and Senate meals for a very long time. Here are a few menus that have been served at prestigious dinners.

We advise you to taste our wines with the following dishes, expect a good marriage...

Pigeon au St Georges St Emilion

The past

Château La Rose Saint-Georges, a small, contiguous estate, was created in 1961 by Mr and Mrs Dupeyrat, and has been run since 1997 by Henry CHABUT-JANOUEIX, owner of Château Saint-Genès en Côtes de Castillon and Château Fanc-Cantenac, Saint Emilion Grand Cru.

Location

The appellation St-Georges-Saint-Émilion to which Château La Rose belongs, located on a south-facing hillside facing Saint-Émilion, is the smallest appellation in Bordeaux (180 hectares).

Soil type

Clayey-sandy soil, subsoil: clayey.

Grape varieties

80 % Merlot black for roundness, 20 % Cabernet Franc for elegance.

Character of the wine

The wines of the Saint-Georges-Saint-Émilion appellation are highly sought-after for their quality and rarity. Under the baton of its young owner, everything is put together to make Château La Rose Saint-Georges a success.