The Prats' family has an illustrious wine history which started over 100 years ago when Bruno Prats' grand-father, Fernand Ginestet, acquired Chateau Cos d'Estournel in 1917. Not content with making perhaps the most famous wine of St. Estephe, Bruno Prats embarked on a series of ambitious wine projects, all of which have granted him international acclaim in his own right.
In Chilie, a joint venture with Paul Pontallier of Chateau Margaux and Ghislain de Montgolfier of Bollinger fame.
In South Africa, a co-venture with Lowell Jooste, former owner of Klein Constantia estate and Hubert de Bouard de Laforest, owner of Chateau Angelus.
Prats & Symington
In Portugal's Douro, another joint venture with the family of Graham's, Dow's, Warre's ports fame.
Iberica Bruno Prats
The latest and final project of Bruno Prats, located in Spain's Alicant region.