Château de Ferrand’s story began in the early 18th century. Elie de Bétoulaud, the founder of the chateau, wanted to pay a tribute to King Louis XIV. He built Ferrand to remind the elegance, eccentricity and joy of Versailles.
In 1977, the chateau changed its hands for the first time. Baron Bich, who co-founded multi-national ballpoint pen co BIC, purchased the chateau.
Today, his daughter, Pauline Bich Chandon-Moët and her husband Philippe Chandon-Moët manage this Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe chateau.
The estate has recently undergone a beautiful renovation and now offers several suites with views of world-famous vineyards, as well as gastronomic lunches and dinners.
By appointment from Wednesday to Monday.
The chateau offers a great variety of tastings and workshops including a blending workshop with a trained sommelier.
Château de Ferrand, Saint Emilion Grand Cru Classe
Le Différent de Ferrand
29% Cabernet Franc
1% Cabernet Sauvignon