A HISTORY OF MORE THAN 400 YEARS ...
The Chateau Corbin stands quietly at the end of a driveway onto the road Libourne-Montagne. Dating from the seventeenth century, it is one of the oldest properties of Montagne. It belonged to the lords of Corbin, family Boyreau.
Michel Boyreau was the man who, in the early seventeenth century, this lordship was built as barns and dovecote, remained intact over the centuries. Two marble columns from the Gallo-Roman poet Ausonius (fourth century), near, have been carefully preserved.
THE MAN IN THE HEART OF THE CHATEAU CORBIN
Since 1779, the Rambeaud family maintains passion for working the land and the vine in particular. Purchased in 1948 by the grandfather of Francois Rambeaud, Chateau Corbin is currently family owned for four generations.
We always wanted to raise a quality wine in respect of the environment. Improvements in the process of winemaking helped maintain authenticity in their personality.
The family has established technical developments while maintaining the necessary rigor to aquired over generations.
This family passion gives our wines finesse at Chateau Corbin.