The term "second wines," unlike the term "super seconds," indicates wines that aren't good enough to be the first or principal wines of an estate. Many winemakers throughout the world produce a second wine for several reasons, including marketing and commercial advantages. For example, the second wine of Châ̂teau Figeac is Grangeneuve, which acts as a breeding ground for Figeac by employing in its cuvé́e the grapes from the younger and less satisfactory vineyards. In turn, these same vineyards will most likely develop with age and end up in the Grand Vin Figeac. Ergo, the marketing of Grangeneuve benefits from its association with Figeac.