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Bordeaux, Entre-deux-Mers,Bordeaux Supérieur,Haut-Médoc
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Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion grand cru
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In the Médoc Peninsula, between the ocean and the estuary, the Roland Vineyards flourish in three appellations. Our vines in AOC Médoc are located around several villages with the singing names of the South-West: Civrac, Saint-Yzans, Blaignan, Saint-Christoly. The spreading of the vines on these clayey-limestone and sandy plains gives our wine a richness and a complete richness.Lire plus Learn more
In the Médoc Peninsula, between the ocean and the estuary, the Roland Vineyards flourish in three appellations. Our vines in AOC Médoc are located around several villages with the singing names of the South-West: Civrac, Saint-Yzans, Blaignan, Saint-Christoly. The spreading of the vines on these clayey-limestone and sandy plains gives our wine a richness and complexity of aromas. Our Haut-Médoc AOC wines come from the vines located behind our château, Beyzac, and near a medieval abbey in Vertheuil. The region's important wine-growing history testifies to the quality and richness of the soil, where it is not uncommon to still find remains of Gallo-Roman buildings once located on this site. The vines of the prestigious Saint-Estèphe appellation have the particularity of being located on the gravelly slopes that plunge into the estuary and benefit from ideal sunshine.
Born into a family of winegrowers in Burgundy, Jean-Paul Roland fell in love with the Médoc in 1973. His first vines were vinified in a cooperative cellar in St-Yzans, before buying Château Beyzac in Vertheuil, which he undertook to restore and set up his own vat room and barrel cellar. With love, patience and determination, the estate continues to live and grow thanks to his eldest daughter, Aude Roland, who has taken over the management of the estate.
Château Beyzac is a mysterious place rich in history. During the revolution, the "fanatics" and "nobles" were locked up there on the orders of the Revolutionary Security Council of Lesparre. A poet from Bordeaux, Romain Dupérier de Larsan, will walk in the Médoc to Château Beyzac to free his mother. He wrote his exploit in his poem "Les Verroux Révolutionnaires".
Another mystery would be the existence of a tunnel between the castle and the abbey of Vertheuil.... We haven't found it yet, but who knows, maybe one day!