Clos des Jacobins is located at the entrance to the medieval city, in the heart of the great terroirs of Saint-Emilion. Since the 17th century, the vineyard, particularly homogeneous, has been in one piece around the cellars. The vines are at the foot of the coast, thus benefiting from the erosion of the plateau which mixes limestone scree with clay. This situation and an exposure to the south constitute a unique, early and generous terroir. All the cellars have been completely renovated. The wooden tanks are thermo-regulated. After being elevated to the rank of the greatest wines of Saint-Emilion between 1940 and 1950, Clos des Jacobins has been classified since the origins of the classification in 1954. Today, he won the Coupe des Grands Crus Classés de Saint-Emilion in Hong Kong in 2006 after 2 semi-finals and followed by a final in 2008.