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Château 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 Soutard

The history of Château Soutard goes back five centuries. The first reference of Soutard appear in 1513 with the mention of Bourdieu de Mayne de Soutard. Jean Couture, Jurat of Saint-Emilion, buys the estate in 1699 and his daughter Marie...

Château Suduiraut

The domain of Suduiraut is constituted, for the majority, by the land which historically remained until the end of the XVIIIth century in the hands of the former family of Suduiraut, and for the rest, by an old possession of...

Château Taillefer

The history of Château Taillefer is linked to Antoine Moeix, wine merchant, since 1923 when, recognizing the potential of this property, he decided to acquire it. Historical property of Pomerol, the Château Taillefer is one of the jewels that are...

Château Talbot

The history of Château Talbot is rich. On the plateau of Saint-Julien-Beychevelle, you can see Château Talbot from distance. It has the name of Connétable Talbot, famous English warrior. In 1855, during the classification of the Médoc and Graves vineyards...

Château Tour de Laroze

History Intimately related to Château Labégorce as the pediment of its label reminds us, the wine of Château Tour de Laroze is the perfect expression of the Margaux style, underlined by a high percentage of Merlot: fine, elegant, with a...

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 Tour de Pez

History reports that it was in 1931 that Château Tour de Pez took its current name, with reference to the 13th century Château tower. Château Tour de Pez was bought by the Bouchara family in 1989, who made large investments...

Château Tour des Termes

The Château Tour des Termes owes its name to an old tower located on a plot called “the Terms”. The origin of this tower dates back to the Gallo-Roman era, where remains of boat moorings dating from this period favor...

Château Trimoulet

The history of Château Trimoulet and linked to the Jean family who has owned the estate since 1802. For the first time in the history of this estate, a woman is in charge. Cécile Jean, 30, represents with her husband...

Château Tronquoy-Lalande

History Château Tronquoy-Lalande, located in the heart of its appellation, is one of the oldest crus of Saint-Estèphe. It owes its name to François Tronquoy, the first owner of the estate, and to the place called La Lande where the...

Château Troplong Mondot

Saint-Emilion’s first Grand Cru Classé, Château Troplong Mondot distinguishes itself with elegance by the identity of its wine, its mastery of the vineyard cultivated like a garden and its way of welcoming to the property. Established on the highest point...