Read about Chateau St. Georges
As noted in Hugh Johnson’s Encyclopedia of Wine, the "splendid Chateau St. Georges" ranks among the top producers in the satellite appellations of Bordeaux's Right Bank. Its 45 hectares account for 25% of St. Georges-St. Emilion, Bordeaux's smallest appellation. Since 1891 it has been home to three generations of the Desbois family, each carefully nurturing and improving the property before handing it down to the next. Under the consulting guidance of Michel Rolland for the past decade, the wines of Chateau St. Georges are dark, rich and quite concentrated, serious wines that compete with many of the finest wines of St. Emilion.