In the 18th century, Chateau Ferriere was founded by Gabriel FERRIERE. The property remained in the family until 1914 FERRIERE, when it was sold to Armand FEUILLERAT, then owner of Château Marquis de Terme. From 1952, the wine was vinified at Château Lascombes. In 1988, the VILLARS-MERLAUT family bought the property and wine-made their first vintage in 1993. Today, Claire Villars Lurton is the architect of this revival. Major renovations took place in 2013. But in addition to the technical improvements year after year to each of her properties, the major project of Claire is the optimization of the great terroirs that she is in charge. Biodynamics is for her the key to success. La Dame de Ferriere is the second wine of Château Ferriere. From young vines having generally less than 15 years, it has all the tools and know-how of a third Classified Growth. It remains a beautiful illustration of the property. The wine is certified Organic since the vintage 2015 and now is being converting to biodynamics farming.