I. Right-doing as leitmotiv
of a family journey

It all started with Grandfather Paul, back in 1952. He was a former worker in a roof tile company and bought the Château des Landes (2 hectares) to supplement his income.
He produced wine but cows were also farmed as it was a mixed farm. He gave 2 hectares to his son Daniel in 1979.

Our history
Vignobles Lassagne

II. Nurture the terroir

The wineyard now covers 46 hectares. The property finished its evolution with Nicolas, a child from the 3rd generation. Cabernet franc et Petit Verdot have been planted. This was a huge success as these grape varieties are well suited for warmer weather, just like we had over the previous years. As for the environmental matter, we received the HVE (high environmental value) level 3 certification - meaning we only use pesticides on one half of our wines.

Our terroir


A great wine comes from permanent monitoring and constant questioning.
Nothing can be left aside as perfection resides in a moment-to-moment effort.

Our philosophy

IV. A honest
winemaker’s product

The range was first widened around Château des Landes with a Cuvée Tradition, a Cuvée Prestige and a premium, the Cuvée Grand Héritage. One rosé – the Caprice d’AnaÏs, and two white wines – Ambre de Maltus and the one from Château des Landes, were also born thanks to a specific plot management. The latest additions to the range are Château Maltus in Lalande de Pomerol, Luccianus Amphore Lussac Saint-Emilion and the “Wine in Cube” range – a “buddies’ wine”.

Our wines

A terroir vineyard.
An authentic wine.