Domaine Féraud & Fils

Domaine Féraud & Fils

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Eddie Féraud bottled his first wine in 1980. In 2012 Eddie's son Yannick took over the domain. The vines are all approximately 60 years of age and the vinification is traditional. The drawing of the ruins of the castle on the label was created by Yannick's grandfather before World War II. At that time the 4 walls at the tower were intact.

A cousin of Laurence Féraud of Domain du Pegau "his wines are splendidly located", according to Robert Parker. Eddie Féraud is the nephew of Paul Féraud of Domaine du Pégau.

The knowledge of the vines truly runs in the blood of this family.