Located in Saint Emilion, next to the notorious Château Cheval Blanc, the estate ‘La Dominique’ was named after the Caribbean island in the 18th century. After successive ownerships, Château la Dominique was finally purchased by the Fayat family in 1969. They hired famous oenologist Michel Rolland as a consultant back then and, in 2013, invested in a new cellar in order to deliver optimal maturation potential for their wines. View our selection.
The 30ha of vineyards are planted with 81% Merlot, 16% Cabernet Franc and 3% Cabernet Sauvignon with an average of 35 years old vine. 70 to 80% of the grand vin spends 15 to 18 month in oak barrel of which 50% is new. The average production is 90,000 bottles.
Château La Dominique (grand vin) and Relais De La Dominique (second vin)