Located in Margaux, the owner of the estate is the Maryland Automobile Insurance Association (MAIF), but the owner of the estate commissioned Andre Lurton to administer it. In 1685, the manor was sold to a Bordeaux businessman named Pierre Drouillard. After many years of investment and hard work, Pierre entered the Lord’s Manor, “making Dossa Village the most beautiful and magnificent manor in the Medoc”. After the death of Pierre, the descendant of the family, Elizabeth Dunnard ( Elizabeth Drouillard won the ownership of the estate in the struggle for property rights. Since she is the wife of Thomas-Michel Lynch, the estate belongs to the Yuci family. In 1863, Nathaniel Johnston III entered the Lord’s Mansion. After his death in 1870, his fourth son, Nathaniel IV, a member of Parliament and a Senator from the Gillen district, inherited the Doussa estate. His close acquaintance with the major economic and political figures at the time made him an outstanding ambassador for Doussa Wines. He asked people to manage the estate, while he specializes in sales. In the 1880s, with the assistance of others, Doussa Manor successfully developed the famous "Bordeaux solution Bordeaux Mixture" and created the first mechanical sprayer. With the passing of Nathaniel IV and the following world wars and economic downturn, his heirs finally decided to sell the Dusa Estate.
In September 1978, the manor was acquired by Felix Chatellier & Sons. They immediately made substantial investments, renovated the manor, reorganized the vineyard, and added new winemaking equipment. The estate is getting new.
Margaux is located in the south of Medoc and is the largest one of the six major production areas in Medoc. The total area of grape cultivation is 1,300 hectares. As early as the 17th century, the Margaux winery in the producing area was listed as a first-class winery known to the world of wine, 2 centuries earlier than the 1855 classification. Margaux wine was the designated wine for the French State Banquet. President Hu Jintao had visited this place during his visit to France. The 1982 Margaux was used to entertain him. Some people think that high-quality grapes can only be planted in the area between 100 and 300 meters above sea level. However, Margaux's altitude is very low, only 15 meters, but it can produce world-class wine, mainly due to the unique production area Natural terroir. Marge's terroir is dominated by the Quaternary river terraces, and these deposits cover the base of limestone-dominated Tertiary sediments. The gravel layer a few meters thick is mainly composed of gravel and pebbles of different sizes, and clay is thin. This seemingly barren soil makes the grapes deeply rooted underground to soak up the nourishment. It is precisely because of this that it is unique. The vines in the Margaux region are rooted in deep layers of soil. The wines produced are extremely elegant and aromatic. They are rich in tannins and are soft and delicate, reminiscent of women's gentleness. Some people described Margaux's music as a wonderful female singer or a melodious melody of music, and others described it as a "royal lady."