1581 ~ 1582

Around 1581-82, Livran was sold to Thomas de Ram "advisor of the King and lieutenant general in the territory of Guiene". Then, succeeding one another through marriage, came the Maniban, the Dupérier de Larsan (who also owned the Château Branaire in Saint Julien) and finally the Lambert des Granges who sold the domain in 1900 to the English wine and spirits company James L. Demman & Co.

Château Livran garden