Chateau Sigalas Rabaud,
a family story
Created in the seventeenth century, the land of Rabaud was acquired in 1863 by Henri de Sigalas. Forty years later, his only son, Pierre Gaston de Sigalas sold the majority of the estate. He only kept ” the jewel of Sigalas,” a south-facing gravelly slope which remains as the current 14 hectares. The de Lambert des Granges family, heir to Château Sigalas Rabaud, perpetuates their family’s legacy by respecting the « terroir » and the selection of the wines in order to produce a great Sauternes.