Located in Barsac, Château Doisy-Védrines is the largest of the three Doisy estates. It has belonged to the Castéja family since the mid-nineteenth century. The property is twenty-seven hectares, situated in Haut-Barsac, with soil that contains limestone, clay and fine gravel. The plantings in the vineyards are comprised of 82% Semillon, 15% Sauvignon Blanc and 3% Muscadelle, and the average vine age is 35 years.
The wines of Chateau Doisy-Védrines are known to be some of the most full-bodied, rich and concentrated wines in Barsac. This is due to the rigorous selection process of the estate. Accordingly, Chateau Doisy-Védrines uses the designation of the Sauternes appellation.