Château Graves de Peyroutas

Located four kilometres south of Saint-Emilion, in the commune of Vignonet, Château Quercy owned its name to the several-hundred year old live oak trees which border it. “Quercus” is Latin for “oak”. Originally the hunting lodge of a wealthy man from Libourne, Château Quercy was later owned by a family from Bordeaux for several generations before passing into the hands of the Apelbaum-Pidoux family in 1988. The château was built in the late 18th century in a neoclassical style very much the fashion at the time. The main building is flanked by two octagonal towers and the façade features pediments and mouldings typical of the Directoire style. A third tower on the roof overlooks the estate and surrounding countryside, including the church tower in Saint-Emilion.
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