Wineries

Château Doyac

Bordeaux, Médoc, Haut-Médoc

The origins of the property are old editions Féret already talked about in the 1850 edition of "Bordeaux and its wines."
The vineyard, located on the clay-limestone of the town of Saint Seurin Cadourne, consists of beautiful ridges and slight south-facing slopes.
The structure of the soil type is sandy clay. This highly calcareous soil brings freshness and finesse, typical of the great wines of Bordeaux.

- Extract from Château Doyac's website

Vineyard from France France
1850