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Chateau Bertineau Saint-Vincent

The "Bon Pasteur" vineyards bought by Joseph and Hermine Dupuy in the 1920's, were made up of small plots from the three communes  ; Pomerol, Saint-emilion and Néac.

At first, all the wines produced and vinified in the small cellar in Pomerol, next to the house were called "Bon Pasteur" by Jean-Daniel et Michel Rolland's grandfather.

It was only in 1978 that the name Bertineau Saint-Vincent was patented for the wines produced in the Lalande Pomerol appellation.

Saint Vincent was a 4th century martyr who is the patron saint of winemakers and is the protector of the vine, wine and those who drink it.



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