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Chateaux

Château la Perrière

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Appellation

Lussac Saint-Emilion

OWNER - WINEGROWER

Vignobles JL SYLVAIN

A word from the

Winegrower

Située sur la commune de Lussac, La Rose Perrière est l’une des plus anciennes propriétés de l’appellation.
C’est pour la richesse de son histoire, et son terroir exceptionnel, que Jean Luc Sylvain est tombé sous le charme de ce vignoble.

Jean-Luc Sylvain

About the estate

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Vineyard

Area

2 ha 50 a

Soil type

Limestone clay soils

Grape varieties

Merlot 90 %

Cabernet Franc 5 %

Cabernet Sauvignon 5 %

Average age of the vines

30

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Countries where the wine is sold

Germany
Canada
China
France
Hong-Kong
Russia
Switzerland
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Winemaking

Harvest

Harvest by hand

Harvest by machine

Types of tank

Stainless steel

Ageing

Barriques neuves 30 %

Barriques 1 vin et plus 40 %

Cuves 30 %

Annual average production

17000 bottle

125 hectolitres

Practical information

Contact details for the wine

Château La Rose Perrière
33570 LUSSAC
Coordonnées GPS :  44.9555, -0.07907
Tél : 05 57 55 14 66
Fax : 05 57 55 14 69
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Contact details for the manager
Vignobles JL SYLVAIN
Tél : 05 57 55 14 66
Fax : 05 57 55 14 69
Email
Opening times
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
De 09h00 to12h00 and from14h00 to18h00
Disabled
Wine tourism
Visite without appointment
Visite sur rendez-vous au : 05.57.55.14.66
groupe reception
Bus access
All year round
Wine sales at the property , tasting
Accomodation
function room
Languages spoken
English , French
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