The history of the Château La Rose Figeac began, when Louis Rapin, owner of Château La Tour Figeac and thus direct neighbor, bought the little estate - formerly called Cru Trintin - in 1961. Added to this were successively several small plöts with vines, which together resulted in the ownership of Château La Rose Figeac as was baptized. It includes a vineyard of 4.5 hectares in the south of the appellation Pomerol with sandy soils and 1 hectare in the north with gravel. From the vines in an average age of 30 years, 45 hl/hectare are harvested.. The switch to organic and biodynamic cultivation has been completed 2005/6 and since then, the wine may carry the label "wine made of organically grown grapes" and since 2012 "organic wine".