Located atop Côte Pavie (Pavie Hill), between Montagne and St. Emilion in the southwestern part of France, sits the quaint little pied-à-terre, Château Saint Georges.
Saint Georges is more than just an elegant castle, it’s also a tiny village just a few miles north of Saint-Emilion proper. The estate’s 12-acres of vineyards lie just to the south of the village and run as far as the Barbanne river. Château Saint Georges produces some of the Bordeaux region’s fine red wines, highly-prized and celebrated for aging well in the bottle.
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