History of a Family :
Dominique Hébrard formerly co-owned Château Cheval Blanc, which had been in his family since 1832. He was a member of its board from 1991 to 1999, and was responsible for the vineyard, wine making and marketing of wines. In December 2000, he bought Château Trianon, a Saint-Emilion Grand Cru, which now has an area of 14 hectares (34,6 acres) and undertook its reorganisation and renovation as well as the development of its brand. He co-owned Château Bellefont Belcier from November 2003 to 2013, which was classified in September 2006.
This wine has an intense, fruity and spicy nose, an ample mouth marked by tannins that are present but well framed by the ageing process. Good vintages can be kept for more than ten years. The 2004, selected by Bernard Burtschy from among many vintages, is approaching its hour of glory.