In 1962 Danielle and Serge Segond buy Château Lousteauneuf from the de Lestapis family, négociants in Bordeaux.
In 1963 The grapes are brought to the cooperative cellar.
In 1988 A young winegrower, Bruno Segond takes over the estate.
From then on he is becoming a first-class winemaker and decide to build a new winery and devote himself entirely to making the best possible wine. His invested heavily in a new vat room, barrel cellar, state of the art winemaking equipment, and a well-insulated bottle storage facility. His sole aim: to produce a high quality wine.