Chateau les Grandes Murailles is located in the Saint-Emilion region on the right bank of Bordeaux, near a famous Gothic church and close to the Clos Fourtet. The winery was originally owned by the Reiffers family and later managed by Sophie Fourcade. To this end, Sophie gave up her successful career as a lawyer, and she currently manages three wineries: Chateau de Châteaux, Chateau Clos St. Martin and Cote de Baleau. Today, the Meili winery is controlled by the Cuvelier family, which trades in the Bordeaux region and has four well-known wines including the Fleming winery, the first-class winery of Saint-Emilion. The vineyards of Zhuang. Meili Winery are all planted in Merlot with a planting density of 7,500 plants per hectare. The soil is dominated by sandy clay and the lower layer is limestone. When the wine is brewed, it will be immersed in a four-day low temperature (10 ° C) process, then fermented in a constant temperature stainless steel tank, while malolactic fermentation is carried out in 100% French new oak barrels. For 20 months. The winemaker of the Meili Winery is Michel Rollands.