Chateau
Tour de Pressac

Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Historic place where the 100 years took an end, Château de Pressac is located on an exceptional and breathtaking site, a rocky outcrop overlooking the Dordogne valley.
This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé of 41 ha of vines in one block, produces, thanks to its three terroirs (different, qualitative and complementary), its varied exposures, its 6 grape varieties, complex, balanced and fine wines with a continuous growing fame.

Chateau Tour de Pressac

Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru

Historic place where the 100 years took an end, Château de Pressac is located on an exceptional and breathtaking site, a rocky outcrop overlooking the Dordogne valley.
This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru Classé of 41 ha of vines in one block, produces, thanks to its three terroirs (different, qualitative and complementary), its varied exposures, its 6 grape varieties, complex, balanced and fine wines with a continuous growing fame.

The owner's pitch.

“Since 1997, when we took over the estate, we have undertaken very important renovation work, both in the vineyard, which has been completely restructured, and in the cellars, completely revised with the latest technologies. The “plot management” of the estate, from the vine to the blending, has been established in principle. The property is proud to carry its family values of authenticity, simplicity, refinement and hospitality (9,000 people welcomed annually), while respecting the environment (High Environmental Value certification, level 3).”
Dominique et Jean-François Quenin

Focus on the Chateau.

Surface area

10 hectares

Wine types

Red

Ageing

18 months
2/3 in French oak barrels
1/3 in tanks

Grape varieties

70% Merlot
15% Cabernet Franc
10% Cabernet Sauvignon
2% Carmenere
1% Malbec
2% Petit Verdot

Environmental protection

HEV 3

Open for tours

By appointment

Wines.

Silky and supple, Château Tour de Pressac exudes beautiful aromas of red and black fruits with a light woody note. The tannins are elegant and the palate is fleshy.

How to contact the Chateau.

Address
Lie-dit Pressac
33330 Saint-Étienne de Lisse
France

Phone
+33 5 57 40 18 02

E-mail
contact@chateaudepressac.com

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