Marie Christine, the daughter of Henri Ducourt, purchased this prestigious left-bank property in 1979, which lies on the border of the Graves appellation. The 60-hectare vineyard was rapidly replanted and the château building, which dates from 1348, was restored. The family now produces three different-colored wines there: red, white and rosé.
The winemaking family history dates back to 1858. The arrival of the grandfather Henri Ducourt at the property marked an important turning point in the family business and the crocodile has since become the emblem of the family as a sign of tenacity, lucidity and cold-blooded business spirit.
The 6 generations of shared experience allows the family to produce wines that respect their local typicity. Ducourt's have always known that quality grapes are essential for making a good wine. Therefore they take the utmost care in the vineyards, to get the best from every plot of land. They made numerous investments in the latest tools, which enable to unite traditional knowledge with the latest technologies, and therefore become ever more precise and respectful of the environment in their work.