Our history One of the oldest families of Saint Emilion


To the origins


It is the date of the oldest document that mentions the Rollet family and the Château du Vieux Guinot. It’s a deed of assignment between heirs. Our family has owned vineyards in the town of Saint Etienne de Lisse for nearly 300 years, making it one of the oldest in the appellation.




Jean-Pierre Rollet and his daughter Hélène Rollet, who ensures the continuation...


The Characters 


Pierre-Gérome Rollet acquires the vineyard of Gardegan and Tourtirac in Côtes de Castillon with an area of 5.5 ha. He is one of the precursors of the sale by the bottle from the property.


Jean-Pierre Rollet succeeds his father in the management of the property. 


He acquired Château Fourney and its 12 hectares of vineyards in Saint Emilion.


The vineyard is frozen and must be completely replanted. For 5 years Jean-Pierre is obliged to go to work in a plant protection company while the vineyard is producing again.


Over the years, he expanded the Saint-Émilionnais vineyard to 37 ha. In 1985, he bought the Château Grand Tertre with a surface area of 10 ha in AOC Castillon Côtes de Bordeaux, bringing the production area in this name to 15 ha.


Hélène Rollet takes over from her father.


Hélène Rollet and her team work in collaboration with the team of oenologist Michel Rolland 


Obtaining the High Environmental Value label  (HVE)
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