The current Cissac Chateau, a magnificent monastery from the 18th century, was built on the remains of a Roman villa, as evidenced by ancient remains. The culture of the vine is in any case certainly a secular family tradition. The property is indeed now run by Marie Vialard, a direct descendant of Jacques Mondon who purchased the area in 1895, and Louis Vialard, who gave it back all its nobility in the middle of the twentieth century.
Château Cissac is anchored in the heart of the Medoc. Its privileged terroir, neighbor of the prestigious Saint-Estèphe and Pauillac, covering a hundred hectares. Predominantly of serious sandy covering a clay and limestone soil, it extends in one piece, protected by the village of Cissac and forests that surround it. True to tradition the Médoc, the vineyard is mainly planted in Cabernet Sauvignon, its historical variety. Perfectly adapted to the typicality of the terroir of Cissac, it expresses all its power and its aromas.