Chateau Figeac is one of the leading wine estate in the Saint-Emilion appellation of Bordeaux.  Château Figeac wine carries the rank of Premier Grand Cru Classé (Class B) in the official Classification of Saint-Émilion wine. Château Figeac. The wine, with its high Cabernet content, has often been described as the most Médoc-like in St-Emilion. 

Since 2010 Figeac has been managed by Comte Eric d’Aramon and his wife Laure. It is located in the north-west of the appellation with its vineyards adjoining those of Cheval Blanc. Due to its soil, which is Médoc-like gravel topsoil ('Graves') over a flinty, iron-rich subsoil, its 40 hectares of vineyards is planted in grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon (35%), Cabernet Franc (35%), and Merlot (30%).

The alcoholic fermentation takes place in wood and the malolactic in stainless steel. The wine is matured in 100% new oak barriques for 18-22 months. Ideally, the wines need at least 10 years-bottle ageing to show at their best. 

Petit-Figeac has been the single second wine of Figeac from 2012.