Château Montlabert is a lovely dressed stone structure dating back to the 18th century. It is surrounded by
parkland complete with ancient trees, and an erstwhile hunting lodge, which has now been converted into
guest accommodation. This Saint-Emilion Grand Cru is situated on the Libourne road, very close to the Plateau
of Figeac and a place known as “Grâce Dieu”, and less than 600 metres from the illustrious names of the
Grand Crus Classées such as Cheval Blanc, Figeac and Clos de Jacobins. The origins of its name are often
confused with the principal Saint-Emilion vineyards; it was, in fact, given its name back in the 18th century
by Sieur Jean Michel Descazes Montlabert, who built this impressive residence surrounded by parkland. Some
of the trees he planted at that time still survive today.