Château Roc Meynard

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     Devoted to viticulture for over three centuries, Château Roc Meynard is centered around the hill of Meynard mound, near the edge of the Fronsac appellation. The estate spans 38 contiguous hectares, with 28 hectares planted with vines, primarily producing red wines. In 2010 and 2011, 2 hectares were planted with white grape varieties to revive an ancient tradition. The white vineyard consists of half Sauvignon Blanc on sandy clay soils rich in iron and half Sémillon on clay-limestone coastal terroir. Since 2010, the collection has expanded to include two white wines, delicious blends of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, released in limited quantities, reconnecting with the tradition of Bordeaux white wines.

     The 18th-century Belleyme map already featured a vineyard at Roc Meynard, highlighting its historic significance. The estate’s clay-limestone terroir produces distinctive Bordeaux wines with the character of neighboring Fronsac.

     The vineyard extends over 28 hectares in a single block around the hillside of Meynard, fostering biodiversity through sustainable farming practices. Treating the estate as a farm, virtuous circles between culture and nature are recreated over 15 hectares spread across the entire vineyard. Roc Meynard is committed to crafting wines focused on fruitiness and freshness.


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Wines from Château Roc Meynard

Château Roc Meynard Bordeaux Supérieur

Blend: 90% Merlot, 5% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Cabernet Franc
Aging: 20 months in stainless steel tanks

One of the purest examples of Right Bank Bordeaux, a very clinic in a bottle of the region’s typical wines. This is a robust yet elegant wine with ripe red and black fruit flavors enriched by dark spices and a touch of licorice. A tremendous value Bordeaux to enjoy with all your meals.

Château Roc Meynard Bordeaux Blanc

Blend: 50% Sauvignon, Blanc 50% Sémillon
Aging: 4 months on lees before bottling

This small-production wine is made from young vines growing on chalky and clayish soils on the hillside of the village of Villegouge on the Right Bank of the Bordeaux region. It’s a very bright and lively wine with aromas of white flower, citrus, and lime. On the palate, the gravelly minerality sustains the fragrant kumquat, quince, and apricot fruit which persist on the medium, straight finish. Pairs well with seafood, and makes an especially compelling apéritif for those looking for a more sophisticated take on Sauvignon Blanc.