Background Acquired in 1983 by the Bernard family, Domaine de Chevalier is part of the elite group of Grand Cru Classé. Located in the appellation of Pessac-Léognan, the property produces both red and white wines. The estate’s wines are known for their fine, round tannins and balanced freshness. Combining power and elegance, Domaine de Chevalier displays notes of liquorice, spice ... Read More »
Background Acquired in 1983 by the Bernard family, Domaine de Chevalier is part of the elite group o...
The Collector’s Mixed En Primeur Case For the second consecutive year, Millésima is offering the opp...
Background Chateau Pape Clément has a history that spans back seven hundred years, making it one of ...
Background In 1722, Thomas Barton left his native Ireland. He arrived in Bordeaux three years later,...
The Collector’s Mixed En Primeur Case For the second consecutive year, Millésima is offering the opportunity to take advantage of the new en primeur (wine futures) releases through the creation of your own personal mixed case. Choose from our selection of the best of 2014, which is already considered to be a classic Bordeaux vintage. To help you explore the ... Read More »
Background Chateau Pape Clément has a history that spans back seven hundred years, making it one of the oldest chateaux in Bordeaux. It was built in 1305 by Pope Clement V and is named after him. Today, the estate is part of the renowned group Bernard Magrez and it produces some of best wine in the Graves appellation. Under the ... Read More »
Background In 1722, Thomas Barton left his native Ireland. He arrived in Bordeaux three years later, with a genuine interest in wine that led him to found his own company. Very quickly, the business became successful. However, due to the French law ‘Le Droit d’Aubaine’ (which stipulated that after death of a foreigner their estate would be returned to the ... Read More »
Background Chateau Grand-Puy-Lacoste is one of the oldest in the Medoc. After several changes in ownership over the years, the estate is currently run by Borie family, headed by François-Xavier Borie. It is located in the Pauillac appellation, enjoying one of the finest terroirs in Bordeaux. The vineyards of Grand-Puy-Lacoste are planted on very deep gravel layers, so the vines ... Read More »
Background Classified as a Second Growth through the 1855 classification, Chateau Lascombe owns 112 hectares in the Margaux appellation, along with 6 hectares in Haut-Medoc. The estate was originally in the late 17th century as a Carthusian monastery. In 1952 Lascombes was purchased by Alexis Lichine (a prominent Russian-American wine merchant and critic).Under his management, the estate underwent a significant ... Read More »
Background With illustrious neighbours such as Mouton-Rothschild and d’Armailhac, Chateau Pontet-Canet covers an area of 81 hectares in the prestigious Pauillac appellation. The vineyard benefits from a ridge of Garonne gravel over a limestone bedrock. This gravel-strewn soil promotes the development of Cabernet Sauvignon, the predominant grape grown on the estate. As per the tradition of Bordeaux, the Cabernet Sauvignon ... Read More »