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Having fallen into obscurity during the 1950s, Seguin is an excellent example of a chateau that underwent a renaissance.

Since 1987, the present owners, the Darriet family, have worked hard to renovate the vineyard and their winemaking facilities in a modern, rational way.

Thanks to support from a group of three enthusiastic wine lovers originally from the LOTICIS group starting in 1999, a number of investments were made to give Château Séguin all the care and attention of a grand cru: sustainable viticultural practices paying careful attention to the environment, hand picking into small crates, double sorting in the cellar, temperature-controlled fermentation, and ageing in stave oak barrels (50% of which are new every year), accompanied by regular racking.

Château Seguin’s excellent terroir in the heart of Pessac-Léognan produces a powerful, tannic, well-balanced, and elegant wine.