Chateau Rayne Vigneau
Rayne Vigneau’s vineyard lies on a splendid gravel mound, overlooking Sauternes near the village of Bommes and forming the third highest point in the area after Yquem.
The official 1855 classification recognised Vigneau among the top wines of Sauternes. In 1867, the well-known wine broker Daney ranked it in first place, immediately after Yquem. Albert de Pontac, a great-nephew of Madame de Rayne, named the estate “Rayne Vigneau” in her honour.
The successive owners of this respected estate have made considerable financial investments and have made tremendous effort to improve the quality of the wine. Today, the château is a true benchmark of the Sauternes appellation.
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