Family-owned for over 400 years, Château Coutet has a biotope preserved for over … 400 years! A virgin land free from any trace of chemical activities. In each season, the development of a distinctive flora and fauna raises many questions. Emblematic flowers such as Gladiolus Byzantium and wild tulips planted by the Romans, or the presence of tritons and shrimps attract numerous visitors, who are curious and wish to know more about them. Coutet is a real gem of biodiversity in the Saint-Emilion vineyard and a unique study site. Coutet is the story of a family, a history and an exceptional terroir… an estate to visit without moderation!