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Château Mouton Rotchschild

Mouton Rothschild is one of the big-five first classified growth of Médoc. She has an attractively deep colour with a garnet hue and an open, complex nose dominated by notes of humus and fern along with jammy fruit and prunes. The powerful, full-bodied finish lingers long on the palate, revealing the expression and sheer class of great Mouton vintages. For 2000 vintage , using a new technique for enamelling in relief, the little “Augsburg Ram”, a 16thcentury silver-gilt drinking vessel and the Mouton emblem, is reproduced on each bottle. Mouton Rothschild produced that vintage to remember the end of the century. It makes that vintage totally unique and rare, hunted by collectors and wine lovers.

Château Lafite Rothschild

While the first known reference to Lafite dates to 1234 with a certain Gombaud de Lafite, abbot of the Vertheuil Monastery north of Pauillac, Lafite’s mention as a medieval fief dates to the 14th century. The name Lafite comes from the Gascon language term “la hite”, which means “hillock”. There were probably already vineyards on the property at the time when the Ségur family organised the vineyard in the 17th century, and Lafite began to earn its reputation as a great winemaking estate. Jacques de Ségur was credited with the planting of the Lafite vineyard in the 1670s and in the early 1680s. In 1695, Jacques de Ségur’s heir, Alexandre, married the heiress of Château Latour, who gave birth to Nicolas-Alexandre de Ségur. The wine histories of the fiefs of Lafite and Latour were thus joined at the outset.


Little known 50 years ago, this chateau has seen the rise of a myth about the uniqueness of its wine. The wine’s inimatibility is due to many factors, first of all, an exceptional terroir - 40 meters above sea level, the highest point of the appellation - with a layer of heavy clay soil and an iron subsoil. These are ideal conditions for the expression of the Merlot grape. With such a special terroir, the approach in the vineyard and cellar is traditional and respectful. The work done in the vineyard is fastidious - severe pruning in the winter, regular ploughing, crop-thinning, de-leafing, manicuring the clusters in the summer and allows the perfect ripening of the fruit. The grape are manually harvested within two afternoons and sorted before crush.

Château Latour

Vineyard workers, horse handlers, and tractor drivers are busy all through the year tending the 800,000 vines that make up Château Latour's vineyard. Meticulous care and rigorous expertise accompany every step of the vine’s growth cycle in preparation of the birth of a great wine. Latour produces big and powerful wine, with tannins that are compact and dense.

Château Cheval Blanc

Cheval blanc obtained the highest possible distinction in the first classification of Saint-Emilion wines in 1954: Premier Grand Cru Classé “A”. This exalted rank was confirmed in every following classification in each subsequent decade. Located in the commune of Saint-Emilion, but bordering on Pomerol, the estate consists of 39 hectares divided into forty-five plots. Each one is, to a certain extent, treated like a separate vineyard because of the differences in the age of the vines, grape variety, soil type, etc. The combination of these many facets’ accounts for Cheval Blanc’s great complexity.

One of the Finest Wine Estates in History