Special Formats

On this page, you can find the different wines we offer in special sizes: Magnum (1.5L), Double-Magnum (3L), Jeroboam (5L), or Imperial (6L).These exceptional bottles are often much sought-after for very special occasions!

La Demoiselle de Sociando Mallet

The history of the Château Sociando-Mallet dates back to the discovery of a document from March 1633 referring to noble lands in the municipality of Saint-Seurin-de-Cadourne, belonging to a family of Basque origin called Sossiondo. There is also a document...

Château Pontet Canet

The history of Château Pontet Canet dates back to the early 18th century when Jean-François de Pontet, grand equerry of the king became governor of the Medoc, brings together several parcels of land located in Pauillac. Subsequently, his descendants add...

Château Pierre 1er

The historic Château Croix Figeac, which became Château Pierre 1er in 2014, is a tribute to the owner’s father. Only the name and the label have changed. The quality of the wine remains the same. On the old village of...

La Dame de Montrose

Château Montrose appears in history during the 19th century thanks to Théodore Dumoulin. Château Montrose takes its name from the color of the heather that once covered the domain , whose pretty colour of wine lees is well known. This...

Château Lafon Rochet

The history of Château Lafon-Rochet, ranked fourth Grand Cru classé in 1855, dates back to the 16th century. The vineyard then belongs to the vast stronghold of Vallée Roussillon. But it was not until 1650 that the name of Lafon...

Lacoste Borie

Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste was historically created by an adviser to the Parliament of Bordeaux in the early eighteenth century but the current castle dates from 1850. He entered the Borie family in 1978 and is now managed by François-Xavier. The Borie...

Château Grand Puy Lacoste

The historical name of Grand Puy describes the privileged situation of its vineyard on the heights of Pauillac where the castle emerges in the middle of its vines. Restrained by the famous classification of Grands Crus in 1855, Château Grand-Puy-Lacoste...

Château Grand Corbin Despagne

The Despagne family has been present in the history of Saint-Emilion since the 16th century as evidenced by genealogical writings. It was Louis Despagne, whose family was a sharecropper on Cheval Blanc, who acquired the first family parcels, at a...

Goulée by Cos d’Estournel

History The history of Goulée by Cos d’Estournel began in the 2000s when the Château Cos d’Estournel acquired this fabulous terroir of Northern Médoc. It is with the 2004 vintage that the new wine produced by the Cos d’Estournel team...

Pagodes de Cos

History The history of Cos d’Estournel began in 1811 when its owner Louis Gaspard Lacoste of Maniban Marquis d’Estournel, after inheriting some vineyards near the village of Cos, decided to vinify them separately. The wine of Cos d’Estournel was born....

Château Meyney

Historically, in 1662, Château Meyney was a convent. The archives designate it under the name of Couvent des Feuillants or Prieuré des Couleys. Meyney is one of the oldest properties of Médoc. The domain remained for several generations in the...

Château du Retout

Château du Retout is characterized in history by its mill of the thirteenth century located at its center which is none other than the highest point of the property (17m high). The crisis of phylloxera (nineteenth century), the war of...