The winery is located in the municipality of Libourne in the area Saint-Emilion (Bordeaux). The unknown beginnings are suspected in the 17th century. In 1930, the estate was taken over by the wine merchant Baptiste Mons, whose son-in-law sold it to Alain Reynaud in the 1990s for around $ 3.4 million. This made extensive investments in improvements under the advice of the well-known oenologist Michel Rolland, Finally, the estate was in 2008 by Bernard Arnault (Born 1949), the founder of the luxury goods group LVMH and co-owner of Château Cheval Blanc, After that, a switch to Organic viticulture, The company was first classified in 2012 as "Grand Cru Classé". The vineyards cover 20 hectares of vineyards with the varieties Merlot (83%), Cabernet Franc (12%) and Cabernet Sauvignon (5%). The previously planted variety Cot was removed and the Merlot stock increased. Part of the vine is over 50 years old. The long-lived red wine will be 18 months in 50% new barriques expanded. The second wine is called "Lafleur de Quinault".