Since Robert de Ferran, solicitor at the Bordeaux Parliament, who gave his name to this exceptional vineyard, and
Montesquieu, philosopher winegrower, owner of the domaine in the 18th century, this terroir has always produced red and white
wines which were then known as “Premiers graves Martillac”
The property has belonged to an old Bordelais family since 1880, and today the descendants of Joseph Beraud-Sudreau, Philippe
and Ghislane Lacoste, have been managing the estate since 1999.
A lot of work has been done in recent years to restructure the vineyard and renovate the cellars which has quickly resulted in
numerous medals and good scores given by French, British and Amercian wine writers, particularly during the futures tastings.
The work in the vineyard: debudding, deleafing, green harvest, hand picking parcel by parcel, sorting at the vineyard or in the
cellars, enables the selection and assembling of the best batches during the élevage for the Château Ferran, and the blending of a
more supple second wine under the name of Château de Belloc.
Le vignoble :
Superficie en Rouge : 19 ha
Superficie en Blanc : 3,5 ha
Rouge : 70% Merlot,
25% Cabernet Sauvignon, 5% Petit Verdot
Blanc : 65% Sauvignon blanc
Production moyenne :
Rouge : 68 000 bouteilles
Blanc : 15 000 bouteilles par an
Pays d’exportation :
Exportation de 60% de la production totale
Visite du Château :
Visite sur rendez-vous du lundi au vendredi
Langues Parlées :