Château Capet-Guillier belonged to the old and noble manor house of Capet. It was a hunting ground in the 17th century before housing a community bakery. Your vineyard spans 4 ha. on an exceptional clay soil formed from limestone in the commune of Saint-Hippolyte, on the south plateau of Saint-Emilion. It has illustrious neighbors, such as the Châteaux Magrez-Fombrauge, Tertre Roteboeuf and Larcis-Ducasse.


Since 2016 Château Tour de Capet has a new ultra-modern winery, which allows the vineyard to be worked in small parcels, a resource that enhances precision on their viticulture and the quality of their wines. The Tour Capet has 12 ha. in the commune of Saint-Hippolyte, at the south side of the plateau of Saint-Emilion. A vineyard on clay soil, which produces a wine of great personality and finesse, reflecting faithfully the  Merlot’s character.