Vincent and Mickael run the estate today as the 4th generation on the property. Both sons have travelled and studied extensively and Vincent did a stint at Washington State's historic Barnard Griffin Winery. This openness to good techniques, wherever they may come from, has produced a wine that marries modern technology and new world techniques to a vineyard that is scrupulously managed, substainably farmed and in conversion to full organics.
The 2012 Haut Goujon Lalande de Pomerol is 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon and shows all the elegance this appellation is known for. Deep plum and blueberry mark the wine. This is extremely refined stuff and easily the equal of much pricier wines from St. Emilion.