Winegrowers from father to daughter
About us ... Wine estate & Wine sales near Bordeaux
1958: Aurélien, from a large family of Italian immigrants from Veneto, and Régine his wife, acquire their first plots of vines in AOC Lussac Saint-Emilion, Château Chéreau, and settle as young farmers to perpetuate the know-how and traditions passed down from their parents.
1980: They extend their exploitation to the Montagne Saint-Emilion appellation and create the Château Vieux Moulins de Chéreau.
1982: Their son, Max, a chemical engineer by training, accompanied by his wife Liliane and their 2 children, Sabine and Jérôme, leaves the industrial world to join his parents and run the family property with passion and enthusiasm. They then acquired Domaine de La Pointe, a 1.18 ha property in Pomerol.