ean-Pierre Rollet has inherited a long wine-making tradition as Chateau Vieux Guinot, Saint Emilion Grand Cru, has been in his family since1729. during the 19th and 20th centuries two more chateaux were added to the property: Roc Saint Michel and Gaillard de la Gorce, which are both Grands Crus. Finally, in 1957, Jean-Pierre Rollet acquired Chateau Fourney, also a Saint Emilion Grand Cru.
The property now covers 44 hectares of Saint Emilion made up of an array of soils, including clay, limestone and sandy gravel.
The proprty grows 70% de merlot, 14% cabernet franc and 16% cabernet sauvignon.
The Rollet family also have 20 hectares of Côtes de Castillon with two properties: Chateau La Fourquerie, which was acquired by Pierre-Gérôme Rollet in 1934, and Chateau Grand Tertre Jean-Pierre Rollet bought in 1980.
The clay and limestone soils are planted with a majority of merlot (85%). The cabernets francs and the sauvignon are principally planted in the clay and earth soils.

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