Description : "A wine must reflect its terroir, its origins. We strongly believe that the uniqueness of the vineyard’s location is fundamental in the conception of a great wine. There can never be a great wine without a great vineyard." Jean-Antoine & Damien NONY In this respect, the wines of Château Grand Mayne are completely expressive of their place of origin. They are proud representatives of the best terroirs of the western hillside and foot of St. Émilion, composed of clay and limestone.
A subtle blend of merlot and cabernet franc, the wines of Grand Mayne combine the power of fruit, elegant tension and finesse. Known for their excellent ageing potential, the recent vintages of Château Grand Mayne are now more open and accessible in their early years.
Appellation : Saint-Emilion Grand Cru
Typical Blend : 80% Merlot / 20% Cabernet Franc
Soil Type : Clay-limestone on the hillside and, at its foot, on clay soil
Vine Age : 35 years
Maturing : 18 months in barrels (70% new – 30% 1-year)
Surface Area : 17 ha (14.5 ha in production)
Vinification : Thermoregulated wooden and stainless-steel vats.