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Château Cheval Blanc – Futures 2015

Cheval Blanc

Château Cheval Blanc Appellation: Saint-Émilion Classification: 1er cru classé “A”   The estate dates to 1832, when the Ducasse family purchased land from Figeac. It is unusual in that its 39 hectares of vineyard plots have remained unchanged since 1871. In 1998, it was purchased by Bernard Arnaut and Baron Albert Frère, and has been managed by Pierre Lurton ever ... Read More »

Château Lafite-Rothschild – Futures 2015

Chateau lafite

Château Lafite-Rothschild Appellation: Pauillac Classification: 1er cru classé en 1855 Frequently recognized as the very best of Bordeaux grand crus, Lafite was originally owned by the legendary Ségur family. It was purchased by Baron James de Rothschild in 1868, who subsequently gave the estate its current name. “Lafite” is derived from the Gascon word la hite, meaning a knoll. The ... Read More »

Château L’Évangile – Futures 2015

l'Evangile

Château L’Évangile Appellation: Pomerol Chateau L’Evangile was established as Fazilleau in the eighteenth century by the Léglise family, who were instrumental in the creation of Pomerol’s vineyards. In 1990, the estate was purchased by Domaines Barons de Rothschild with the promise to maintain the chateau’s high standards. 1998, and the cellar extensively renovated in 2004. The vineyards are neighbours to Pétrus, ... Read More »

Millésima Garden Party

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The Millésima Garden Party , June 23rd – 26th 2016 For the 3rd consecutive time, from June 23. – 26., Millésima  offers you the possibility to sign up for a visit in our bicentenary cellar, which is unique in its style and stores more than 2.5 million bottles. You can sign up directly at our stand (village 2) and go ... Read More »

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou – Futures 2015

Ducuru Beaucaillou

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou Appellation: Saint-Julien Classification: 2ème cru classé en 1855 Located at the midpoint between Beychevelle and the Gironde, the estate’s gravel soils are ideally suited for vineyards. The château is, in fact, named for its rocks – the “beaux cailloux” are unusually large, smooth pebbles that lie beneath its topsoils. While full-bodied and rich, the wines are notable for ... Read More »

Château Mouton-Rothschild – Futures 2015

Mouton rothschild

Château Mouton-Rothschild Appellation: Pauillac Classification: 1er cru classé   Baron Philippe de Rothschild was only 20 when he inherited part of this estate but he rapidly delved into its management, creating historic changes that subsequently spread to other châteaux. In 1923, Mouton Rothschild was the first to begin estate bottling their wines; ensuring quality control and consistent labelling. The iconic ... Read More »

Château Haut-Brion – Futures 2015

Haut Brion

Château Haut-Brion Appellation: Pessac-Léognan Classification: 1er cru classé en 1855 Haut Brion is the only 1er grand cru located in the Graves, and has one of the most storied histories of all Bordeaux châteaux. It was famously first mentioned in 1663 by English writer Samuel Pepys as “hath a good and most particular taste.” The wine was celebrated in London ... Read More »

Château Léoville-Las Cases – Futures 2015

Leoville Las Cases

Château Léoville-Las Cases Appellation: Saint-Julien Classification: 2ème cru classé en 1855 The largest of the three Léoville estates created by inheritance, marriage and sale, Las Cases was founded in 1638 and has one of the longest histories in the Médoc. The estate was among the first to plant the now-classic Bordeaux cépages, trellis vines and age in oak. It has ... Read More »

Château Angélus – Futures 2015

Angelus

Château Angélus Appellation: Saint-Émilion Classification: 1er cru classé “A” The vineyards that form the heart of this winery have belonged to eight generations of the de Boüard family, which has roots in Bordeaux tracing back to the 1400s. However, Angélus only took its present name – which refers to the bells of three separate churches that can be heard from ... Read More »

Château Montrose – Futures 2015

Montrose

Château Montrose Appellation: Saint-Estèphe Classification: 2ème cru classé en 1855 Montrose is named after the heather that once grew on the estate. It is distinct in its use of street signs throughout; to emphasize its resemblance to a village. The property belonged for many years to the Charmolüe family, and was then bought by the Bouygues brothers, Martin and Olivier (Bouygues ... Read More »

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