Chateau Gazin located in the north east section of the Pomerol plateau as 23.5 hectares cultivated with vines. They shared borders with Chateau Petrus and Chateau L’Evangile.
The terroir of Gazin is gravel with clay, iron and sand in the soil. There are also patches of blue clay found in their soils as well. The vineyard has vines averaging 30 years of age and the oldest vines were planted back in 1942.
In 1996 a complete renovation of the wine making facilities at Chateau Gazin was completed. To produce the wine of Chateau Gazin, the grapes are fermented and vinified in 27, small, cement vats that range in size from 60 hectoliters, up to 150 hectoliters. They also have a few stainless steel tanks which are used exclusively for the Cabernet Franc.