Appellation: Pauillac

Château Lynch-Moussas

Historically Château Lynch-Moussas was part of the Lynch-Bages estate owned by the Lynch French-Irish family. It stands out from the Lynch Bages estate in the early 19th century, on the death of its owner of Jean-Baptiste Lynch. Michel Lynch, brother...

Château Bellegrave

Home of some of the finest Bordeaux Grand Crus, Pauillac delivers vintages after vintages some of the best wines of the appellation. And when your neighbours are  names like Ch. Pichon Baron, Ch. Latour or Ch. Pontet Canet, it’s hard...

Château Latour

The history of Château Latour brings us back to the year 1331. In fact, the Château’s archives mention Latour from the 14th century. The oldest document is also an authorization granted to Gaucelme de Castillon by Lord Pons to build...

Château Lynch Bages

The history of the Bages estate dates back to the very old village of Bages, which sheltered generations of wine growers. The land of Bages is mentioned since the 16th century on the land of Lafite. Formerly owned by the...

Château Grand Puy Ducasse

The history of the Château begins when Arnaud Ducasse bought in the middle of the seventeenth century to Jacques de Segur, Lord of Lafite, his little house on the edge of the river Pauillac, and he couldn’t imagine that it...

Echo de Lynch Bages

The history of Echo de Lynch Bages begins with the name of Haut-Bages Averous, who for a long time designated the second wine of the Château, fruit of a selection decided for the first time on the occasion of the harvest...

Château Haut Bages Liberal

The Liberal family governed the estate from the beginning of the history of the Château Haut Bages Libéral in the 8th century. Brokers from father to son, they sold at the time, most of the harvest in the Netherlands and...

Fleur de Pedesclaux

Château Pédesclaux was created at the beginning of the 19th century, in 1810, by Mr. Urbain Pierre Pedesclaux. The history of the Château is linked to this well-known and esteemed wine broker in Bordeaux. Indeed, it is him who enlarged...

Château Haut Batailley

The history of Château Haut Batailley joined that of the Borie family in 1930, when it acquired the domain of Batailley. However, it was not until 1940 that the vineyard was split in two and the Batailley and Haut Batailley...

Château Pédesclaux

Château Pédesclaux was created at the beginning of the 19th century, in 1810, by Mr. Urbain Pierre Pedesclaux. The history of the Château is linked to this well-known and esteemed wine broker in Bordeaux. Indeed, it is him who enlarged...