Château Le Bon Pasteur

Le Bon Pasteur is the original family estate of renowned wine consultant Michel Rolland. His grandparents bought several parcels of vines across what is now Pomerol, Lalande-de-Pomerol and St-Emilion and amalgamated them into Le Bon Pasteur. The advent of the Appellation Contrôlée system split the vineyards into the three separate parcels and today, three wines are made - Le Bon Pasteur in Pomerol, Château Bertineau-St-Vincent in Lalande-de-Pomerol and b>Château Rolland-Maillet in St-Emilion - all vinified in the original Le Bon Pasteur chai. Michel Rolland took over running the estate in 1979, following the death of his father, and sold it in 2013 to Chinese investors, while he remains at the winemaking helm. There are 6.7 hectares spread across 21 plots on the Pomerol and St-Emilion border - the individual plots are key to the style of Le Bon Pasteur - Pomerol softness with a hint of St-Emilion’s power.


Château Le Bon Pasteur

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