This is one of Bordeaux’s pure pleasure wines: very smooth, crispy and incredibly fruity.
For many pilgrims going to Saint Jacques de Compostela, the current Château Seguin was a traditional crossing. They still continue to follow the field, under the watchful eye of the Cross of Seguin that sits on the edge of the vineyards.
This ancient property belonged to the beginning of the century to the Pascal family who produced 35 barrels of wine, already at that time very popular. The Feret mentioned about him: “The highlight of the town with beautiful gravelly, produces generous wines of great finesse reminiscent of Haut Brion.”
Nestled in the valley of “water Bourde” north of the appellation “Pessac -Léognan”, the vineyard is divided into two blocks of a little over 15 ha each: Seguin and Petit Bordeaux.
Grape Variety: Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc.