Vignobles Pueyo is the eponymous label of the Pueyo family, who have owned Chateau Belregard-Figeac in St Emilion since 1853. With Christophe Pueyo, a fifth-generation winemaker, now running the family label, there has been a move towards organic vitivulture, and the use of larger oak receptacles (as well as cement and amphorae), in order to focus more on fruit rather than oak.

This Bordeaux blend sees no times in oak resulting in bright, fresh red and black fruit with herbaceous spice.