Château Corbin
 

Château Corbin is one of the oldest estates in Saint-Emilion. The property has been owned by the same family since 1924 and has been inherited through the female line in the family. Since 1999, the estate has been managed by Anabelle Cruse-Bardinet who represents the 4th generation of the family. The Corbin vineyards stretch uninterrupted over 13 hectare (32 acre), situated in the commune of Saint-Emilion, bordering the Pomerol appellation area.
The estate’s lands are made up of two soil types : ancient sandy soils on an iron-bearing clay sub-oil, and clay soils. The duality of the terroir enables Château Corbin to produce wines of great complexity. The vineyard is managed in accordance with traditional methods. Yields are deliberately restricted so as to favour the concentration which is indispensable for great wines. The grapes are picked by hand and fermented in thermoregulated vats. The whole of the harvest is aged in French oak casks. Corbin is sold by wine merchants throughout the world.

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