The winery is located in the municipality of Bommes in the area Sauterne
(Graves, Bordeaux). The origin dates back to 1660, when the Cazeau family came into possession of the then Château Rabaud through the marriage of Arnaud de Cazeau with Marie Peyronne de Rabaud. After more than 150 years in the possession of this family, it was acquired in 1819 by Gabriel Deyme, who sold it in 1864 to Henri Drouilhet de Sigalas. In the Bordeaux Classification
in 1855 the estate was then still undivided under the name Château Rabaud classified as "Premier Cru Classé" (Sauternes). Henri bought in the episode even on the former Château Pexoto and integrated the surfaces of this classified as Deuxième Cru Classé property in Château Rabaud, but retained its status as Premier Cru Classé. His son Pierre Drouilhet de Sigalas, however, separated in 1903 from part of the estate and sold it to Adrien Promis. The remaining portion of the Sigalas family was named Château Sigalas-Rabaud
The sold share was named after its new owner Château Rabaud-Promis. In 1929 Henri's son Gérard inherited the Château Sigalas-Rabaud and later bequeathed it to his daughter, who married the Marquis René de Lambert de Granges. The Marquis hired Pierre Ginestet as Managing Director, who was already responsible for Château Rabaud-Promis. Until 1949, both wines were marketed separately, but expanded by the same team. The collaboration ended only with a change of ownership at Château Rabaud-Promis in 1953 and brought about the probably final separation. The owner of the property is the company GFA Rabaud-Promis; it is headed by Philippe Dejean. The vineyards cover 33 hectares and are planted with Semillon (80%), Sauvignon Blanc (18%) and Muscadelle (2%). The extremely long-lived noble sweet wine is aged 18 to 24 months in 100% new oak barrels. Two second wines are "Domaine de l'Estremade" and "Château Bequet".