Chateau de Ceron’s is not only a listed historic monument but a lovely manor house built in the early 18th century situated on a terrace overlooking the Garonne River. Located in the heart of the village of Ceron’s in the Graves region, the estate is surrounded by imposing stone walls. The chateau is located in front of a beautiful 12th-century church. Xavier and Caroline Perromat took over the management of the family estate in 2012. In doing so, they accepted the challenge of producing wines of the highest quality in one of the least-known, but oldest appellations in Bordeaux: Cerons. Overlooking the village Chateau de Ceron has 26 hectares of vines planted on a plateau of gravel soil with limestone subsoil. This terroir, with its unique soil and climate, produces three different types of wine: red Graves, dry white Graves, and Cerons, a sweet white Bordeaux.