Perched on two beautiful ridges of Günzian gravel, the vast vineyard of Château Lagrange spreads over 118 hectares in the St-Julien appellation, planted with 67% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot and 5% Petit Verdot.
In 1855, its visionary owner Comte Charles Tanneguy Duchâtel helped officialise its rank of third classified growth in the Médoc. Over 120 years later, in 1983, the Suntory Group, a top Japanese drinks and spirits company, acquired the property and invested the necessary capital to bring about a spectacular renovation of the estate.
Today, dynamic winemaker Matthieu Bordes and his young team are continuing the research for excellence. The wines today are refined, elegant and expressive, in the best St-Julien style, and the team has been working on sustainable development and, in 2018, extending their biodynamic and organic viticulture to cover 30 hectares.
Matthieu Bordes, General Manager
Chateau Lagrange, Les Fiefs de Lagrange, St-Julien 2014
Chateau Lagrange, St-Julien grand cru classé 2011
Chateau Lagrange, St-Julien grand cru classé 2013
Chateau Lagrange, St-Julien grand cru classé 2015
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