Compagnet Vins englobes 3 family owned properties in the Medoc region.
Chateau Le Pey has a surface area of 49 hectares of vines, it is the oldest and most important property of the Compagnet family.
A cru bourgeois which was classified in 2003, Chateau Le Pey is a member of the Cru Bourgeois Alliance.
Françoise et Claude, their children Olivier and Pierre, Cultivate, vinify and commercialise 100% of the production.
Chateau Moulin de Cassy; an AOC Medoc,is a neighbouring property of Chateau Le Pey, making up 11 hectares and bought entirely by Pierre and Olivier Compagnet in 2000.
Chateau Grand Bertin de St Clair is
The smallest of the Compagnet family properties with only 4.5 hectares. Developed in 1998 by successive buying of plots.Its cellar situated not far from Chateau Le Pey.
Wine: cru bourgeois
chateau le pey, Chateau Moulin de Cassy, Grand Bertin de St Clair