Situated at the crest of one of the most beautiful hillsides of the parish of Bayon the Chateau Falfas is truly "the glory of the region of Bourg". In the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, this handsome estate belonged to the Lords of Lansac, ancient nobility of the sword, swearing allegiance to the English crown. At that time, the wines of Falfas were exported with privilege to the courts of the Edwards. Later, in the seventeenth century, the domain was acquired by the Sires de Riveaux to whom we owe the pure Louis XIII architecture of the present building. At the end of the seventeenth century, the property came into the possession of the family of the President of the Parliament of Guyenne, Gaillard de Falfas, who restored the chateau and gave it the name.
Since the end of 1988, the vineyard of Falfas has been cultivated in Biodynamics, a method of agriculture which safeguards the environment by respecting vine, nature...and the consumer! In accordance with detailed regulations promulgated by France and the European Union, and subject to frequent scrutiny and certification by independant controllers (Ecocert and Biodyvin).