Château Figeac is a wine estate in the Saint-Émilion appellation of Bordeaux.
It is the largest estate in Saint-Émilion, with 40 hectares (99 acres) of vineyards.
Due to its soil, which is dominated by gravel, it is planted in grape varieties Cabernet Sauvignon (35%), Cabernet Franc (35%),
and Merlot (30%). Most other Saint-Émilion wines are dominated by Merlot,
and Figeac therefore bears a certain semblance to the wines of Médoc and Graves despite being situated on Bordeaux's right bank.
The wine, which is one of the most famous of Saint-Émilion, is aged in 100% new oak barrels.
Château Figeac wine carries the rank of Premier Grand Cru Classé (Class B) in the official Classification of Saint-Émilion wine.
From 1945 to 2011, the estate produced a second wine named La Grange Neuve de Figeac and since 2006 a special wine named Petit-Figeac.
From the 2012 vintage, Petit-Figeac became the single second wine of Figeac.