A name, a history, a reborn

Formerly part of Château de Puisseguin the property has existed since the XVII century. The property has known a construction in two times : the first around 1685 with the construction of the main house ; the second in 1718 for the exploitation buildings. The walls of Château La Vaisinerie are printed by this rich past, as is evident from the engraving of the year 1718 on the wall of the vinification cellar.

In 2004, Bessede family, owner of the Chateau until 2019, the Bessede family renovated the domain in
respect of architectural considerations.

Since July 2019 Alain Moses has been the new owner. After being a wine broker for 20 years, Alain created TWINS, a wine merchant specialised in Fine Bordeaux Wines, now managed by his sons, Anthony and Sébastien.
As an entrepreneur, passionate by wines Alain wanted a new challenge A famous American blogger has recently outlined this adventure what happens when you spend the better part of your adult life working in and around the Bordeaux trade (and you finally retire You also know where the best terroir lies.

Château La Vaisinerie remains a familal property which employs 3 collaborators.

The domain’s garden

Bordeaux Region

Located at 40km from Bordeaux, Saint-Emilion is certainly the most famous wine appellation in France, its soil produces wine that the whole world envies us. Cultivation of the vine is attested there since antique roman period. Puisseguin, at 6 miles from Saint-Emilion, benefits from this presitigious appellation, bearing responsibility to respect constraints and very strict quality criteria.


In addition to make dream all wine lovers of the planet only by evoking this name, this town is one of the most medieval sight of France, located in the heart of an area listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. Settled on 9 towns, the 5400 ha of the appellation are planted mainly with Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon.



Puisseguin Saint-Emilion

Puisseguin Saint-Emilion is one of the 4 “satellites” of Saint-Emilion (as Saint-Georges, Montagne and Lussac), thus benefits from this appellation. Settled on the same limestone plateau and benefiting from the same microclimate, its wines are appreciated for their quality and affordable prices, and know a great success in France and abroad. The Château La Vaisinerie, regularly rewarded in famous contests, honors the appellation.