A jewel in the heart of Saint-Émilion

A “small” Grand Cru Classé ranked among the elite wines of the world

In the 18th century, this classified growth existed under the name “Cru de Sarpe”.
It was in the 19th century that it took its current name.


Cru de Sarpe, owned by A. Ducarpe, is named Clos de Sarpe


purchase of the 3.70 ha growth by Jean Beyney from the heirs of Baron du Foussat de Bogeron. Jean Beyney revives Clos de Sarpe


Jean-Guy Beyney, his son, takes over the property with his wife Christine, in the family tradition


Clos de Sarpe is promoted to Grand Cru Classé


Start of conversion to organic viticulture


Baron Henri du Foussat de Bogeron buys the property and creates a large vineyard with the vines of Badette. Château Haut-Sarpe is born!


Jean’s son Yvan Beyney becomes manager of the estate


Introduction of barrels to the ageing of Clos de Sarpe brings precision and complexity. Jean-Guy starts working with Michel Rolland and Jean-Philippe Fort. The turning point for Clos de Sarpe is immediately recognised by the press.


Maylis Marcenat, Jean-Guy Beyney’s niece, joins the team. She and her uncle continue the family tradition and help Clos de Sarpe find its place among the elite wines of the world


Agriculture Biologique (organic farming) certification

A philosophy of natural viticulture and precision winemaking

A united and efficient team