A beautiful ensemble of stone and flowers faces the vineyard landscape. The entire space is organized around a monumental hall, and from the entrance, the tone is set with a subtle measure of modern restraint and Bordeaux classicism.
The central area plays with space and natural light. Like the vines, the large glass façade captures the sun’s rays, offering a magnificent view of the hillside vineyard. This is “the most beautiful spot in Saint-Emilion,” according to some. “From one side you can see the village while the other offers a view of neighbouring vineyards towards the Dordogne and the Entre-Deux-Mers region beyond.”
A majestic stairway rises along one side towards the mezzanine and a spacious reception hall atop the cellars. There, glass walls open in each direction onto flower-filled terraces with forged-iron railings shaped like vine branches, uniting the terrace with the landscape.