The Château La Croix Romane was renamed by the Dubard family in recognition of the rich local history. The church of Lalande de Pomerol, close to the estate, was built in the XIIth century; it is romanesque, a period in art history dating from the year 1030 to the first half of the XIIth century. The church was built under the aegis of the hospitalers of St John of Jerusalem (that were later known as “The Knights of Malta”); their insignia, an eight-pointed white cross, has become the emblem for the wines of Lalande de Pomerol.

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  1. Chateau La Croix Romane, Lalande de Pomerol

    A young and intense wine; the nose, both elegant and powerful, combines candied fruit and toasted notes. Equal in intensity, the palate charms with its highly supple and smooth mouth-feel and by its beautiful roundness. It is well-structured with dense, oaky and vanillary tannins and by a long finish. A lasting pleasure!

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