Château La Couspaude is located in the heart of Saint-Émilion, near the famous monolithic church carved out of solid rock. La Couspaude has been the pride and joy of the Aubert family (who also own other estates in the region) for over a century. In fact, the Auberts have been making fine wine in Bordeaux for over two centuries and have unquestionably maintained the family tradition of quality and respect for the terroir to the present day. La Couspaude, was called "La Croix Paute" in the Middle Ages in reference to the cross that still marks the intersection of two roads in front of the estate, and which served as a meeting point for pilgrims on their way to Santiago de Compostela. This magnificent estate is on the Saint-Émilion limestone plateau, entirely surrounded by walls like all the village's most ancient vineyards. Château La Couspaude also has underground cellars where the wine is fermented and aged in barrels, as well as an impressive reception room that serves as venue for important functions.