The Lussac Saint-Emilion appellation is found to the north of the hill of Saint-Emilion. The first vineyard to be designated a World Heritage Site, the region is full of charm, with prestigious historic houses and Romanesque churches dominating its many hillsides. The vineyard is planted on hillsides, plateaux and at the foot of the slopes. The soil can be Perigord sand or clay-limestone, producing wines which can be enjoyed young as well as those designed for long ageing.
Roc is commonly used as the name for villages built on stone foundations. The name "roc" gives an impression of solidity, balance and heritage. The wines of Bordeaux are firmly based on French and Bordeaux tradition, wines made with the know-how of cultural heritage, viticulture and symbolic architecture. Discover our complete range of Roc wines with: Grand Roc, Roc de Lussac, Roc de Montagne, Roc des Colombiers, Roc des Chevaliers, Roc du Bel Air, Roc Sasint-Vincent and Réserve du Roc, which cover a wide range of appellations.