Appellation: Saint-Julien

Château du Glana

The Château du Glana was built in 1870, and was purchased by the famous nurseryman Gabriel Meffre in early in 1961. Historically the vineyard had been formed with parcels of St. Pierre, and Gabriel Meffre has gradually increased its surface,...

Saint Julien d’Ici

The history of the range of wines d’Ici … is born with the will of Frederic Martin, manager Francophone markets and Frederic Bernard, Manager of Bordeaux Tradition, to propose to our national customers the best wines of Bordeaux. Thus, through...

Château Lalande

The history of Château Lalande is closely linked to that of Château Lagrange since the property was part of this estate, Third Classified Growth in 1855, until being sold to its current owner, Gabriel Meffre, in 1964. The terroir of...

Château Léoville Poyferré

The history of Château Léoville Poyferré is completely linked to the Gascon culture. Indeed, typically Gascon, the name “Poyferré” means a “point férré”, a section of pavement where horses and vehicles must wear irons. Classified Second Cru in 1855, this...

Château Léoville Barton

The history of Château Léoville Barton brings back to Hugh Barton, grandson of Barton’s company founder, who bought part of Château Léoville in 1826. This new property became Château Léoville Barton. Since then, the vineyard still belongs to the same family....

Château Langoa Barton

The history of Château Langoa Barton refers to the name of Hugh Barton, grandson of the founder of the house Barton & Guestier who bought in 1826 a part of Château Léoville, thus becoming Château Léoville Barton. Since then, this...

Château Lalande Borie

The history of Château Lalande Borie is related to the purchase of Château Lagrange, Third Classified Growth in 1855, by the current owners in 1964: the Borie Family. Thus was born the Château Lalande Borie is located in the municipality...

La Croix Ducru Beaucaillou

The history of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou dates back to the early eighteenth century, on the year 1720. It is so named because of the beautiful (and large) pebbles, characteristic of its unique wine terroir. In an original way in Bordeaux, this...

Château Ducru Beaucaillou

The history of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou dates back to the early eighteenth century, more precisely in the year 1720. It is so named because of the beautiful (and large) pebbles characteristic of its unique wine terroir. In an original way in...

Château Saint-Pierre

The viticultural history of Saint Pierre is one of the oldest in the Medoc, dating back to the 16th century. From 1693, the archives attest to the existence of a wine estate, then called “Serançan” belonging to the Marquis de...