• Tour Carnet Blanc
  • Barriques
  • Chais
  • Vue extérieure 1
  • Vue extérieure 2
  • Vue extérieure 3
  • Cuvéee Tour Carnet
  • Cuvier Bois
  • Portail
  • Salle de Dégustation
  • Vignoble

Blanc de la Tour Carnet


  • The white wine of Château La Tour Carnet, 4th Grand Cru Classé in 1855
  • The vineyard is conducted in sustainable agriculture in respect of the environment
  • Bernard Magrez, the only man with 4 Grands Crus Classés
  • The know-how of Bernard Magrez’s team
  • A very good value for money


The history of Château La Tour Carnet dates back to the 12th century. Indeed, this vast vineyard of 132 hectares is undoubtedly one of the oldest domains of the Medoc. Its architecture is purely medieval as evidenced by the tower, surrounded by moats, which was built in 1120. The domain takes its name from the valiant squire Carnet having fought alongside the lord Jean de Fait: his self-denial and his bravery were such that he received the property in inheritance.

Subsequently, the estate belonged to illustrious owners, including the Montaigne family