Château Lesparre, located in the commune of Beychac-et-Caillau, was formerly the seigniorial property of the Countess of La Thibaude. The estate was a producer of well-known red and white wines in the area. The castle had a tower and a chapel, still present, in an area of 200 hectares, covered with vineyards two-thirds of its surface.
In 1986, Michel Gonet made the acquisition the very large Château Lesparre to produce high quality wines.
In thirty years, his sons Charles-Henri and Frédéric have boosted the markets.
Today, Château Lesparre, it is 40 ha of vines with a grape variety that gives pride to roundness.
As the seasons go by, Charles-Henri and Frédéric Gonet notice a low rainfall on the vineyards of Château Lesparre. A nice microclimate that allows to consider another viticulture: reduction of 70% of the inputs, stop of the use of any toxicological product lead the Castle to a labeling (AB) for the vintage 2011.