Chateau German
Domaines Alain Aubert


Chateau German  was the theater of major events during the French Revolution in 1789. The Girondins deputies, Pétion, Buzet and Barbaroux, sentenced by the revolutionary regime, took refuge at Château German where they died the 8th Messidor Year 11 defending their liberty. The vines of Chateau German were planted during the 18th century on the terrace of Castillonais, adjoining the land of Saint-Emilion and produce a red wine typical of the appellation Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux.




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