Chateau Beau-Sejour Becot enjoys a unique terroir, which is located on the calcareous plain in the heart of the prestigious Saint-Emilion. The Becot family, owners of this historic cru, have lived in Saint-Emilion since the French Revolution. In 1969, Michel Becot acquired the estate and today this covers about 20 acres. His two sons, Gerard and Dominique, developed the technical innovations in the vinyard to select the best grapes, collect and sort the grapes by hand. Under the vineyard, 7 acres of ancient and mysterious calcareous quarries shelter, in ideal conditions, several thousands bottles. Today, the sixth generation, animated by the same passion and tied to the family values, implement everything they can to keep themselves amongst the most important crus in the world.