As passionate botanist, Henri Ducourt knew how to scout out the finest terroir in Entre-Deux-Mers. In 1965, he therefore began to buy plots of vines near to the village of Romagne on a remarkable clay-limestone plateau. Over the years he built up a great estate between “A La Rose” and “le Pin de Cornet”, which has now become Château La Rose du Pin.

Surface : 55 hectares
Planting density : 4 000 à 4 500 vines / hectare
Soil type : Loamy-clay
• Red : 49 hectares
Cabernet Sauvignon
• White : 6 hectares
Sauvignon Blanc