Chateau St Roux are committed to flying the flags of tradition, terroir, and ecology alike.
The winery's roots date back to the 15th century, when it was founded by an Italian nobleman who, astounded by the unusual red soils of the area, named it 'Roux'. Yet the distinctive vermillion and orange hues of the soil are significant; caused by high levels of iron, they translate into uniquely deep, complex and punchy flavours in the wines.
Chateau St Roux today are governed by an eco-friendly approach, which extends far beyond their wines. Aside from running a sustainable restaurant, the winery is also home to a working farm rich in biodiversity, and home to a herd of 50 goats.