About the property :
Geology: Clay and limestone hillside and deep sand and graves
Surface area: 11 hectares of vines
Grapes varieties : merlot and cabernet franc
Since its creation in 1999 from a plot of 1 hectare, Château Pas de l’Ane has continued to develop. In 2006, Vignobles Pas de l’Ane took up residence in the former Château Cros-Figeac, also known as Château Cros-Saint-Emilion (Féret edition of 1998). It is located in the middle of prestigious neighbours such as Château Cheval Blanc and Château Figeac. The vineyard, with a surface area of 13 hectares, is spread over 5 of the 8 communes that make up the Saint Emilion appellation. This spread of plots favours a diversity of terroirs (gravelly sand, ferruginous sand, clay-limestone, etc.) which allows the production of five Saint Emilion Grand Cru wines.