Château Greysac: Vineyards

Château Greysac sits within the hamlet of By, in the commune of Bégadan, cheek-by-jowl with the many other Jean Guyon properties in this corner of the Médoc, most notably Château Rollan de By.

Chateau Greysac

There are 60 hectares of vineyards dedicated to Château Greysac, closely associated with the château, on a croupe of clay and gravel, surrounded on two sides by silted up marshland and waterways, and bordered by the waters of the Gironde on a third. The vines have about 20 years of age on average, and are planted half to Merlot, this variety accounting for 50% of the vineyard, with 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet Franc and 2% Petit Verdot. The vines are planted at a density of 7,500 per hectare. There was, until recently, also 2 hectares planted to Sauvignon Blanc for the production of a white wine, but this has been discontinued.

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