A single-family owned property belonging to the Beyney family since 1923 and currently managed by Christine and Jean-Guy Beyney. This 3.68-hectare vineyard planted 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet Franc consists of some of the oldest vines in Saint-Émilion. There is only a tiny amount of this excellent St Emilion Grand Cru made each year. The vineyard is biodynamically farmed and is situated on a south-south-east-facing, limestone hillside. Despite the concentration and high level of ripeness in the wine, these vineyards consistently produce grapes in which the pH remains staggeringly low, giving the wines incredible freshness, ageing potential, and balance

The winemaking is very modern with an eight-to-ten-day maceration, followed by a long, four-to-five-week fermentation and maceration with micro-oxygenation. The wine is aged for 16-18 months in 100% new oak barrels. The style is powerful, fruit driven and rich with notes of black fruit, smoke and liquorice.