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In the 1920’s, the Michel Rolland family chose to implement its vineyard at the frontier of Pomerol’s great terroirs, in the locality of « Maillet » in the mythical Saint-Emilion appellation.

The 3.35 ha vineyard, composed of old vines, extends on the beautiful terroirs of the « Corbin » area.

Château Rolland-Maillet’s soils are composed of limestone, clay and gravel. The planting comprises of 80% merlot and 20% cabernet franc.

The wine benefits from all the experience and know-how of Michel Rolland. It expresses the typicity of Saint-Emilion wines : a deep ruby color with a garnet rim. The nose is intense and clean, with fresh red fruit aromas, spicy touches of cedar, cocoa and toasted almond notes. On the palate the attack is sharp, the wine is full bodied and deep and the tannins are fine and soft in texture, the finish is long.

Through time, Château Rolland Maillet gains in suavity, after aging the wine will offer a bouquet of undergrowth, truffle and fine herbs.

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