A family Story...

He inherits Château Labesse and Lagrave-Aubert of his grandfather Joseph who had purchased it before the French revolution. Today the Castle Labesse always shelters, more than two and a half centuries later, the office of the family company.

Already owner of Château Sansonnet and Doumayne, he purchases the Château La Couspaude on January 24th, 1908.

Oldest of the children of Prosper Jean, he inherits properties of his father, emerging unscathed from the World War I during which his younger Emmanuel leaves his life for France on the Battlefield of Verdun. He will have 3 children.

Son of Daniel, he acquires the Château Saint Antoine who still remains the biggest property in surface of vineyards Aubert to this day.

Only son of Léo, he inherit from his mother side :  Châteaux

Messile-Aubert et Saint-Hubert.

Their three sons, Alain, Daniel and Jean-Claude, strengthen the family group consisted of the properties inherited from their parents and still develops it by purchasing the Château Jean de Gué.

Edith inherits from the Château La Couspaude in the inheritance divisions and gets married in 1941 to Etienne AUBERT (1910-2004).

Today their children joined them and together, they immortalize the wine-making story of the family.

Daniel

Aubert

Léo

Aubert

André

Robin

Edith, Francis & Denyse Robin

Prosper Jean 

Robin

Alain Aubert

Etienne

Aubert

Daniel Aubert

Jean-Claude 

Aubert

Héloïse Aubert

Vanessa Aubert

Yohan Aubert