Chateau Moulin Pey-Labrie

Appellation : Canon-Fronsac

Château Moulin Pey-Labrie owes its name to a very old mill located in the heart of the prestigious “Canon-Fronsac” appellation, and to the locality where the vineyard is located, “Pey” meaning “the top of the hillside”. Paul Princeteau in 1860, father of the famous animal painter and friend of Toulouse-Lautrec, owned the estate.

Chateau Moulin Pey-Labrie

Appellation : Canon-Fronsac

Le Château Moulin Pey-Labrie doit son nom à un très vieux moulin placé en plein cœur de la prestigieuse appellation : « Canon-Fronsac », et au lieu-dit où se situe le vignoble « Pey » voulant dire « le haut du coteau ». Paul Princeteau en 1860, père du célèbre peintre animalier et ami de Toulouse-Lautrec, fut propriétaire du domaine.

The owner's pitch.

Today, Bénédicte and Grégoire Hubau bring their attentive care to the cultivation and vinification of the estate. Originally from the North of France, their love and passion for wine led them to leave their roots and settle at Moulin Pey-Labrie.

Focus on the Chateau.

Surface area

6.75 hectares

Wine types


Grape varieties

95% Merlot
5% Malbec

Environmental protection

Bio-Ecocert Label

Open for tours



Land, grape varieties, exposure: these are the keys which, combined with the sunshine and hydrometry, make up the quality of the wine of Château Moulin Pey-Labrie. Its vineyards produce wines with a very dark, black cherry colour, a full-bodied, generous nose and beautiful, well-melted woody tannins, ensuring unequalled longevity. Moulin Pey-Labrie has long enjoyed a special reputation in the region that it has never deserved as much as it does today.

How to contact the Chateau.

33126 Fronsac

+33 5 57 51 14 37