Chateau Saint-Robert Grave white wine
Chateau Saint-Robert has a pale yellow colour. The complex and finely woody, reveals white fruits. The palate is balanced between roundness, pineapple and vanilla aromas.
Saint-Robert was originally a seigniory otherwise called "noble house". The first official traces of the estate date from 1686. It then belonged to the old Duroy parliamentary nobility family. In 1751, to add more brilliance to its recent nobility of dress, Pierre-Joseph de Pascal bought the estate which, a few years later, returned by inheritance to Henri de Pressac. Gradually left to abandon, Saint-Robert successively suffered the revolutionary storm and the frosts of 1794 to be reborn in the 19th century and become a truly renowned wine chateau, under the impetus of its owner, Mr. Poncet Deville.
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