The history of the Château can date back to 14th Century. After several generations, the architectural masterpiece (property, vines and wine plant) was then completely renovated and the Le Proux de la Rivière family, originated from Bordeaux, bought it in 2004. The vineyard extends on 14 hectares on the Vayres plateau, planted 80% with merlot and 20% cabernet sauvignon, on a gravely soil. The vines, 20 years old in average, are thoroughly taken care of and their yield is kept under strict control in order to extract the best possible quality from the terroir. The Château is practicing a sustainable viticulture for years and are AREA certificated (Sustainable Agriculture in Aquitaine), equivalent to the HVE 2 level (High Environmental Value) of the french environmental Grenelle law. The wine plant of Château du Petit Puch, housed in 14th and 15th century building, incorporates the most advanced practices in wine making and are under very strict hygiene control. It is this chain of quality, managed by a very passionate team, which allows the production of this wine structured and smooth, well balanced, with aroma of ripe fruit, velvety and long in mouth, a real pleasure to enjoy.