Château Petit Bois was born from the love story between a man, Robert Vergniol, and the appellation Lussac. In 1947 Robert Vergniol decided to buy lands that nowadays are the identity of Château Petit
Bois. With scrupulous care and successive purchases, he turned what was then just some lands and few vines into a splendid estate in the heart of Lussac appellation. Today his son Bernard is in charge of the property and contribute to develop the fame of this wine all around the world.


Château Petit Bois 2014 presents an intense ruby colour with purple tints. The nose is powerful and very expressive with black fruits notes slightly Woody. On the palate, this wine is fleshy and very well-balanced with round silky tannins. The finish is long and elegant.