Chateau La Rose Perriere

Located in the village of Lussac, near Saint-Emilion, La Rose Perrière vineyard has a rich history dating back to the 12th century. Originally established by the Cistercian Abbey of Faize, it served as a source of agricultural support and refuge for pilgrims en route to Santiago de Compostela. The monks cleared the land, planting the first vines on the limestone hillside. Today, Château La Rose Perrière stands as the oldest vineyard in the Lussac-Saint-Emilion appellation. In 2003, esteemed cooper Jean-Luc Sylvain recognized its potential and embarked on extensive renovations, including the cellar, storage buildings, and the 14-hectare clay-limestone vineyard.