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Collection: Saint–Émilion

  • 2015 Château Fongaban, Puisseguin-Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $19.95
    Sale price
    $19.95
  • 2008 Château Croix du Rival, Lussac-Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $39.00
    Sale price
    $27.95
  • 2011 Château Soleil, Puisseguin-Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $40.00
    Sale price
    $31.95
  • 2015 Château Croix du Rival, Lussac-Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $31.95
    Sale price
    $31.95
  • 2015 Château Soleil, Puisseguin-Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $45.00
    Sale price
    $34.95
  • 2015 Tour de Ripeau, Saint–Émilion 'Grand Cru'
    Regular price
    $39.95
    Sale price
    $39.95
  • 2015 Château La Chapelle-Lescours, Saint–Émilion 'Grand Cru'
    Regular price
    $44.95
    Sale price
    $44.95
  • 2015 Le Rival Lussac Saint–Émilion
    Regular price
    $65.00
    Sale price
    $49.95
  • 2015 Château Mangot, Saint–Émilion 'Grand Cru'
    Regular price
    $49.95
    Sale price
    $49.95
  • 2011 Château Troplong Mondot, Saint–Émilion 'Grand Cru'
    Regular price
    $119.95
    Sale price
    $119.95
  • 2015 La Mondotte Saint–Émilion - Premier 'Grand Cru' Classe' "B"
    Regular price
    $274.95
    Sale price
    $274.95
  • 2008 Château Angélus Saint–Émilion "Grand Cru"
    Regular price
    $399.95
    Sale price
    $399.95

Saint-Émilion's history goes back to prehistoric times and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with fascinating Romanesque churches and ruins stretching all along steep and narrow streets.

The Romans planted vineyards in what was to become Saint-Émilion as early as the 2nd century. In the 4th century, the Latin poet Ausonius lauded the fruit of the bountiful vine.

The town, previously called Ascumbas,[1] was renamed after the monk Émilion (d.767[2]), a travelling confessor, who settled in a hermitage carved into the rock there in the 8th century. The monks who followed him started up the commercial wine production in the area.

 

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