Chateau Rolland Maillet
Chateau Rolland-Maillet sits on the border of Pomerol and Saint-Emilion, in a place called Maillet. The family estate grew from the determination of Joseph and Hermine Dupuy - the grandparents - in the 1920's. In the beginning the wine produced here was under the Chateau Le Bon Pasteur label, but in 1978 it changed. "Rolland-Maillet" was patented for the production of vines in the Saint Emilion appellation. The grapes are still vinified at Chateau Le Bon Pasteur in enlarged, high-performance installations. They are given the same care as the other wines the house oenologists, Dany and Michel Rolland make. Chateau Rolland-Maillet is a Saint Emilion of good origin, aged only in one-year old barrels, which gives charm and finesse to this small production of "Grand Cru", estate bottled wine.