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The Capdemourlin family gave its name to a small hamlet where descendants have continued to live over the past four centuries. Chateau Cap de Mourlin is the oldest of the family’s estates with family winemaking documents dating back to 1647.
In 1983, Jacques Capdemourlin pieced together this vineyard, which for many years had been divided between his father and uncle. Considerable renovation work was carried out to equip the estate with the most up-to-date technology for wine-making and cellaring, (construction of a new vat house, creation of an air-conditioned area for malo-lactic fermentations and a barrel room).
The 14 hectares of vines are in an ideal location on the northern slope of Saint Emilion. The soil is clay-limestone on bedrock.