Chateau Peyrabon's history dates back to 1766 when the chateau was built, and grew to enormous popularity throughout the late 1800s. These days, the Bernard family own the estate, and has put all its passion and energy into this pearl of Bordeaux for over 20 years.
Vineyards at Chateau Peyrabon are notable for being divided between Haut-Medoc and Pauillac, with grapes from the former being harvested for the estate's first wine. Wines created from the Pauillac vineyards are instead bottled as La Fleur de Peyrabon. Owner Patrick Bernard has invested heavily in the estate since taking over the reins in 1998, and has significantly improved conditions in both the vineyards and the winery, elevating the estate to top Cru Bourgeois standard.