Château Romer du Hayot

Second cru classé in 1855

Exposition universelle

At the Universal Exhibition in Paris in 1855, the President of the Chamber of Commerce asked the aldermen to establish a classification of the best crus, based on quality.

They realised that the best wines were also the most expensive.

Château Romer du Hayot, located in the commune of Fargues, was awarded the distinction of second cru classé.

The du Hayot family had acquired this estate, formerly owned by the Comte de la Myre-Mory, in 1851.

Old vintages

From 1929

Exceptional vintages

Old vintages are still available for sale.

Sauternes are wines for keeping. Don’t hesitate to ask us about the availability of our older vintages.

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