The “Bon Pasteur” vineyards bought by Joseph and Hermine Dupuy in the 1920s, were made up of small plots from the three communes of Pomerol, Saint Emilion and Néac.
At first, all the wines produced and vinified in the small cellar in Pomerol, next to the modest house were called “Bon Pasteur by Jean-Daniel et Michel Rolland’s grandfather.

It was only in 1978 that the name “Bertineau Saint Vincent” was patented for the wines produced in the Lalande de Pomerol appellation.