Gabriel Ferrière was the founder of the estate and he was a member of the royal court in the XVIIIth century. In 1855, Château Ferrière was classified third Growth. In 1988, the Villars- Merlaut family bought Alexis Lichine, owner of Château Lascombes, the property and took over the winemaking at the end of the land rent in 1992.
With its 18 hectares, mainly located on the land of Margaux and its terroir made of deep gravels from the Garonne River, Château Ferrière is one of the smallest of the Classified Growths in 1855.
The size of the vineyard, combined with a beautiful terroir, make Château Ferrière a rare and much sought-after wine. Claire Villars Lurton is the owner of this estate and has undertaken an in-depth renovation of the winemaking facilities, as well as converting to biodynamic viticulture. Ferrière is certified organic in 2015. With the greatest of care and attention, Claire Villars Lurton does her utmost to reflect Château Ferrière’s outstanding terroir in her wine
Sustainable approachThe wine Château Ferrière is certified Organic Farming, Demeter and Biodyvin (biodynamic agriculture).
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