Château La Vaisinerie is a former dependency of Château de Puisseguin. Since 2019, Alain Moses is the new owner. After spending twenty years as a wine broker, he created TWINS, a trading house specialising in Bordeaux grands crus. The latter is now run by his twin sons (hence the name Twins), Anthony and Sébastien. The property is located on the slopes of Puisseguin, 9 km from Saint-Emilion. The average age of the vineyard is 35 years. The clay-limestone soil, similar to that of its prestigious neighbour, provides an ideal water supply for the vines. The property extends over 25 hectares of greenery, where the vines are planted alongside numerous trees, hedges and a pond. The harvest is carefully brought to the winery in small stainless steel skips. The harvest is carefully brought to the winery in small stainless steel bins and sorted on a succession of latest generation self-vibrating tables. The best of the grapes are then placed in concrete vats for a first cold maceration, before a careful maturing of 12 to 14 months in French oak barrels (only 1/3 new barrels).