Appellation: Margaux

Les Hauts du Tertre

Château du Tertre is a property steeped in history. This property has existed since the 12th century and its vineyard of 52 hectares remains unchanged since 1855. It is in the 19th century that the wines of the Castle will...

Château Cantenac-Brown

History The history of Château Cantenac Brown dates back to the early nineteenth century when John Lewis Brown, a Scottish-born animal painter, bought the vineyard. He thought about a castle of the English Renaissance style (Tudor) and orders its construction....

BriO de Cantenac Brown

History Château Cantenac Brown is a Grand Cru ranked third in the 1855 Classification, located within the Margaux appellation. The chateau was founded over 200 years ago by a Scotsman, John Lewis Brown. This visionary figure selected the best parcels...

Château Brane-Cantenac

History Château Brane-Cantenac became part of the Bordeaux wines history when it was ranked second in the official classification of Bordeaux wines of 1855. Three centuries ago, the vineyard was called Hostein and owned by the Gorce family. In 1866, the property...

Château Tour de Mons

History The history of this very old vineyard begins in the 13th century. Château la Tour de Mons, formerly Tour de Marsac, took in 1623 the name of its owner Pierre de Mons. Château La Tour de Mons was later...

Château d’Issan

History The history of Château d’Issan is a familial history, a know-how passed down from generation to genration. The first reference of Issan brings back to XIIth century, during the occupation of Guyenne by the British. At that time, the...