Maison Horeau-Beylot is one of the oldest trading houses in Bordeaux. Directed with passion and rigour for 10 generations by the same family, the company has played a major role in the commercial and political life of Libourne. Since 2007, Maison Horeau-Beylot has been developed, modernised and expanded with a view of improving the quality of the wines.
The owners have always kept the traditional methods, their wines are subtle and fine.
Pascal Colotte bought this Chateau in 2002, his first vintage was 2003 with the help of Stephane Derenoncourt. The Soils of Jean Faux are a key asset for the vine. Near St Emilion,the Terroir was confirmed exceptional through observations and analyses by microbiologists. The vineyard stretches over 12 hectares and is planted with 80% Merlot and 20% Cabernet-Franc.
Pascal Colotte produces wines with lots of refinement.