An ancient heritage with the future in its sights

Exclusive wine experiences at Château de Ferrand, Saint Emilion in France

Authenticity runs through this delightful 17th-century estate, from the beauty of the site to the inestimable care brought to the food and wine pairing. Receptions, seminars, tours, tastings and workshops are held by a graduate sommelier. Château de Ferrand is the epitome of French art de vivre.


Château de Ferrand Grand Cru Classé de Saint-Emilion

Perched on the heights of Saint-Emilion, Château de Ferrand Grand Cru Classé is a historic and family property of 42 hectares including 10 hectares of parks, woods and meadows.

Always committed to a search for environmental balance, this Grand Cru Classé is certified Terra Vitis, HVE Level 3, ISO 14 001 and is in the process of organic conversion since the 2021 vintage, with a first certified vintage expected in 2024.

Wine, Architecture, Gastronomy, Contemporary Art… Château de Ferrand is today a place where the arts mix. Like the private family collection BIC Art in Ferrand exhibited in the castle.

Here, Hospitality is established as a fundamental value, an art of living. Completely renovated in 2019, the castle offers a warm and unique setting to our visitors. The new Ferrand could be visited, better: it can be experienced.

Throughout the year, the château’s sommeliers welcome you to the property for a visit and tasting, a workshop or a Masterclass. Experience an exceptional moment around wine with one of their 6 experiences.

Would you like to extend the Ferrand experience? Discover the secrets of this Grand Cru Classé during a lunch or dinner at the Table Privée, a professional or private event or even a night in one of the three rooms of the château.

Key features

  • Standard wine tasting
  • Exceptional wine tasting
  • Cellar visit
  • Vineyards visit
  • Wine for sale on property
  • Wine shipping available
  • Gift shop
  • Fine dining
  • Wine pairing available
  • Accommodation available
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