This charming medieval village is located in the heart of the world’s famous wine-producing area, Bordeaux. Its history dates back to 2nd century AD, when the Romans planted the first vineyards here.
Thanks to its ideal geological and climate conditions for winemaking, St Emilion is one of the largest wine-producing regions in Bordeaux with more than 800 different producers on just 5,565 hectares of land!
In 1999, St Emilion was added to the World Heritage List by UNESCO as a Cultural Landscape. It was the first time a vineyard has been recognised for its historical landscape and traditional production activity.
St Vincent de Pertignas
Domaine de Polus is situated in St Vincent de Pertignas. With population of no more than 400, this lovely quiet hamlet offers visitors authentic experience of the French vineyard countryside.
St Vincent de Pertignas is well situated for exploring the whole of Bordeaux region. Those less adventurous, can simply enjoy the stunning views of the surrounding area from the Château’s terrace over a glass of wine.
The best way to get to the Château is by car or a taxi. It is only 1 hour drive from both, Bordeaux International Airport and Bergerac / Dordogne International Airport.