The 58-hectare vineyard is planted to 56% Merlot, 38% Cabernet Sauvignon and 6% Petit Verdot. The vines are 30 years of age and located in the north of the Margaux appellation, in the Soussans commune, not far from the Gironde river. They have a terroir of gravel, clay, and limestone soils.
Chateau La Tour de Mons is one of the older estates in the Medoc as it has a history that dates back almost 1,000 years to the 13th century. It takes its name from Pierre de Mons, who renamed the property after purchasing it in 1623. The Chateau remained in the same family hands until 1995 when it was sold to Credit Agricole Grands Crus.
In 2019 Chateau La Tour de Mons was sold to the Perrado family who already owned Chateau Marquis d’Alesme and Chateau Labegorce.