Owned by Patrick Moze-Berthon, the vineyards have been in his family since 1820. The Pomerol vineyards belong to Château Gouprie and cover 10 acres of gravel and clay soils.
The Saint-Emilion vineyards belong to Château Vieux Chantecaille, which gained Saint-Émilion Grand Cru status in 2008.
A third property belonging to the Moze-Berthon vignobles group, Château Rocher Gardat, is also in Saint-Émilion. The estate has 18 hectares of vineyard covering mostly old quarries, some of the quarry tunnels are used as ready-made cellars. All of the properties are open to the public for wine tastings.