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Grand Mayne

Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
Grand Cru Classé
The Nony family
In keeping with the facade of its 16th century Château, Grand Mayne exemplifies the values of authenticity and classic simplicity.

When owned by the Laveau family in the 18th century, the estate cultivated over 100 hectares of various crops. Grand Mayne currently has just 17 hectares of vines, which have become the heart and soul of the estate.

Growing in every direction around the Château, which seems to sit on a bed of green, over 100,000 vines cover the gentle slope with southwest sun exposure that catches the last of the setting sun’s rays.

Grand Mayne is an authentic, but also a romantic place, where wine is made with an obsession for perfection and adapted to the complex terroir. There is no need to spell out the techniques – it is sufficient to taste the wine to imagine them...

The Nony family has presided over Grand Mayne’s destinies since 1934. Jean-Antoine represents the third generation – after Jean, then
Jean-Pierre and his wife Marie-Françoise – to perpetuate family management, resolutely turned towards excellence.

Jean Antoine
Joint Manager
Château Grand Mayne
( Saint-Émilion Grand Cru )
Joint Manager
Château Grand Mayne
( Saint-Émilion Grand Cru )
Château Grand Mayne
BP 64
+33 (0)5 57 74 42 50
The Château in figures
Area under wine

17 hectares


55,000 bottles


Clay-limesone soil on the slope, and clay and sand-clay soil at the foot of the slope

Grape varieties

75 % Merlot

20 % Cabernet franc

5 % Cabernet Sauvignon

Barrel ageing

18 months

New barrels: 70-80 %

Second wine

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