Welcome to Château Seguin
For many of the pilgrims making their way to Santiago de Compostela, what is now Château Seguin represented a traditional waypoint. They still make their way past the estate today, under the benevolent eye of the Seguin Cross looking on from beside the vines.
At the beginning of the century, this old estate belonged to the Pascal family and produced 35 barrels of a wine that was already much-appreciated at the time. Féret describes it as follows: ‘the highest point in the village with magnificent gravel hilltops produces generous, hugely refined wines reminiscent of those of Haut Brion’.
Nestled in the Eau Bourde valley to the north of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, the vineyard is split into two sections each slightly over 15 hectares in size: Seguin and Petit Bordeaux.