Since 1840, five generations of winemakers have worked on this estate, which was first modestly called “Aux Anguilleys”, and then “Domaine des Anguillleys”, until the end of World War II.
In order to fit in the distribution system that prevailed back then (brokers and merchants), the estate then became a Château and was renamed after one of its parcels.
Each one of these five generations has contributed to the family’s success story.
Château Vieux Robin has now been classified “Cru Bourgeois du Medoc” for almost forty years.
Today, the parents of the present owner, Maryse Roba, are proud of all that has been achieved.
In 1973, Maryse meets Didier Roba, a Medocan of Belgian ancestry. They soon form a couple whose amazing understanding and complementarity help Château Vieux Robin grow.
This outstanding family’s success is based on the elderly’s wisdom and knowledge, Didier’s hard work, Maryse’s dynamism, Olivier’s (their son) commitment, as well as the exceptional quality of their wine growing region.