"Beautiful dark, lively red colour. The bouquet is fresh and fruity, with ripe black and red berry notes and hints of understatedoak. Starts out straightforward and characterful on the palate, with fruity flavours intensifying on the finish. A wine with plenty of character." Gilbert et Gaillard 90/100
The château dates back to the 17th century and is situated in the highly prized southern section of Pessac-Léognan in the heart of Graves. André Lurton first saw the estate in 1973 and work began to restore it to its former glory in 1975. After significant investment and modernisation, the estate has nearly 100 hectares of vines on beautiful south-facing gravelly rises and a cellar with a capacity of two thousand barrels.