Château Sanctus. The original alliance between land and spirit.
Château Sanctus was named after the listed 12th-century church next to the estate. Its walls contain the secret of the monks who started making wine in Saint-Émilion. Centuries later, its stones whisper to those willing to listen that the spirit is still there, intact. It has stamped its soul on Château Sanctus.
Its rebirth dates back to 1990, when the families who own the chateau mixed their passion for renewal with the painstaking rehabilitation of an outstanding wine estate, plot by plot.