We make the most of our ancient terroirs to produce wines that are rich in flavors and full of character.
In 1995, after fifteen years as an IT manager in banking, Xavier Landeau changed the course of his career. He took over the family estate, inherited from four generations of winegrowers.
On the Ambès peninsula, which is a wine region since the 17th century, he cultivates twenty hectares of vines, planted with classic Bordeaux grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon.
In 1998, he replanted an ancestral grape variety named Petit Verdot, which is the emblem and memory of our terroir.
In 2003, the Courrèges vineyard, located in the commune of Yvrac, joined the estate. Merlot, Malbec and Semillon grapes grow on this limestone soil.