An exceptional terroir

Sophie and David, at the head of more than 50 hectares, have mainly focused on developing the quality of wines:
22 ha in Bordeaux Supérieur, 21 ha in Montagne Saint-Émilion, 5, 6 ha in Saint-Émilion and 2.5 ha in Lalande Pomerol.

The properties

In the heart of the most prestigious appellations

On the right bank of the Dordogne River, 40km to the North-East of Bordeaux, the Vignobles Quet estate covers some 50 hectares of vineyards.
These vineyards are located in some of the region’s most famous appellations, putting Vignobles Quet right up with the finest Bordeaux Grand Cru estates.

AOC Saint-Émilion Grand Cru

Château Petit Faurie Quet

5 ha 62

The plots are located halfway up the hill supporting the town of Saint-Émilion, about 2 km from the summit.
Soils: predominantly sandy with a deep clay-limestone subsoil: it gives these plots a certain precocity that allows harvesting at optimal maturity whatever the year.

AOC Lalande Pomerol

Château les Tuileries

2 ha 50

The plots producing this appellation are located in the municipality of Lalande de Pomerol.
The gravelly soils allow to obtain a good maturity because they are allied to a silico-clay subsoil in which,
the roots of the vine can draw freshness in the dry year.

AOC Montagne Saint-Émilion

Clos du Pontet

21 ha

The plots producing this appellation are located on
the municipality of Montagne.
Soils: clay-limestone

AOC Bordeaux Supérieur

Château Haut Colas Nouet

22 ha

The plots are located south of the town of Artigues de Lussac (10 km north-east of Libourne) and are adjacent to the Montagne-Saint-Emilion appellation area..

One and the same passion: the love of wine


Stéphane Toutoundji oenologist new generation advises about sixty properties in Bordeaux but not only … His expertise is that of any consulting oenologist, its success is based on listening to the customer, adapting to markets, his knowledge of Asia, his ideas of his own, like the old-fashioned harvesting earlier to target the latter market …


A diversity of wines, a wealth of appellations, in respect with their terroirs and the expression of their personalities.

AOC Saint-Émilion Grand-Cru

Château Petit Faurie Quet

90% Merlot 10% et Cabernets Franc

AOC Lalande Pomerol

Château Les Tuileries

95% Merlot 5% et Cabernets Sauvignon

AOC Montagne Saint-Émilion

Clos Pontet

80% Merlot 20% et Cabernets Sauvignon

AOC Bordeaux Supérieur

Château Haut-Colas-Nouet

80% Merlot et 20% Cabernets Sauvignon

AOC Montagne Saint-Emilion


85% Merlots, 15% Cabernets Sauvignons

Vin de table rosé

Fraîcheur d’Été

80% Merlot, 20% Cabernets Sauvignon

Family history

New generation, a brother, a sister
in family continuity

Sophie and David are in charge of ensuring continuity and it is essential for them to participate in the eco-responsible approach, to review the vineyard management techniques.

The history of the Quet Vineyard is the story of the lives of several generations of small farmers in Libourne

It is during the last century that the main part of the construction of what has become, today, the Vineyards QUET.


144 Rue Des Chais,
33570 Les Artigues-de-Lussac

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