Château Rocbonniere


  • A wine with traditional methods reflecting the characteristics of its prestigious terroir to enjoy today
  • An excellent quality / price ratio
  • A gem selected exclusively by our teams
  • Protection available according to markets

Château Rocbonnière is located in the extreme west of the Côtes de Castillon, on the border of the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation. This property belongs to the Bourrigaud family, which perpetuates its historical know-how since the 18th century. Pascal, who represents the 8th generation, took over the estate of his father Jean in 1994. In 1999, he acquired the Château Haute Terrasse and declined a second label: Château Rocbonnière.

The terroir of the property represents 6 hectares well located on clay-limestone hillsides in the continuity of the slopes of Saint-Emilion. Its vineyard is not far from the Château de Pressac and consists of Merlot (58%), Cabernet Franc (12%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (30%) with an average age of 25 years. The combination of soil and grape varieties makes it possible to produce aromatic wines, with a deep robe, typical of the appellation. The vines are worked in the respect of the tradition: size in simple guyot, controlled grassing, disbudding, harvest in green, fight phytosaitaire reasoned … The breeding is done in barrel of 1 year.

At the tasting, Château Rocbonnière offers a very aromatic wine. The rich, dense color pays tribute to the dominant Merlot. The palate, greedy and complex allows the wine to be savored from an early age.

Their Team

Owners: Vignobles BOURRIGAUD

Managers : Pascal et Véronique BOURRIGAUD