Available Vintages

Château de Pressac

AOC SAint-Emilion
Grand Cru Classé

Château de Pressac, recently promoted as a Grand Cru Classé in 2012 is dominating the Dordogne Valley in the east of the Saint-Emilion Terroir. Pressac, which is the other name of the Malbec variety produces deep and complex wine due to the 6 varieties used in its wine. It is also the only one among very few others to grow vines in terraces in Saint-Emilion.



Grape varieties

72 % Merlot, 16% Cabernet Franc, 7% Cabernet Sauvignon, 1% Pressac (Malbec), 2% Carmenère, 2% Petit Verdot


Limestone plateau with clay-limestone slopes and sandy-clay at the foot


20 months including 18 in barrel (50% new)

Available Vintages



Merlot : 68%, Cabernet-Franc : 11%, Cabernet-Sauvignon : 13%, Malbec (Noir de Pressac) : 6%, Carmenère : 2%


Crimson colour, black and red fruit aromas, peppery notes, velvety tannins, limitless ageing potential


“Dark hue. Delicate, complex, maturing nose showing black berry fruits, roasted coffee and a toast touch. Intense fruitiness on the attack with elegance and fullness carrying through to the finish. A racy, precise wine with a great future ahead.” – Gilbert & Gaillard

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