The story of Chateau Clément-Pichon dates back to the 14th century.
It is the architect Michel-Louis Garros who builds the Renaissance-inspired residence. This imposing architecture, which draws its beauty from its details, recalls that of the Loire châteaux.
Clément Fayat acquired it in 1976 and, as a visionary man driven by a passion for wine, undertook the restructuring of the vineyard in 1979.
Now classified as Cru Bourgeois Supérieur, the vineyard benefits from a remarkable North-South exposure and the terroir offers sandy soils on gravel dry. In places, the vines benefit from clay in the basement which allows them to capture an ideal freshness.