Our vines are planted on two terroirs :
- The clay-limestone plateau :
This is the extension of the Saint Emilion and Puisseguin plateau, but at a higher altitude. The plateau culminates at 117 m (second highest point in Gironde). Our vines are situated between 100 and 106 m in altitude.
Calcisols and medium thick calcosols on hard limestone (upper Oligocene).
- The slopes :
Our vines are situated between 58 and 90 m altitude, on the limestone scree of the plateau.
Clayey-silty Calcosols on clayey-silty molasses and sandy-clayey on sandy tuffs.
- Saint Cibard
- Castillon (red)
- Francs (red et white)
- Merlot : 80 %
- Cabernet franc : 5 %
- Cabernet sauvignon : 15 %
The vines are planted at densities ranging from 5000 to 6200 vines/ha.
The surface of the vineyard is 8,5 ha, including :
- 6,5 ha in appellation Castillon – red
- 1 ha in appellation Francs – red
- 1 ha in appellation Francs – white