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  • Premium French wine Chateau Du Domaine De L’eglise

    The character of Merlot makes each bottle rich, powerful, yet smooth on the tongue, accessible even at a young age, yet offers great storage potential for boundless longevity. Meanwhile, the presence of Cabernet Franc adds structure and spice to the bottle.

  • 1st Grand Cru Classe Saint-Emillion Chateau Trotte Vieille

    Chateau Trotte Vieille is truly a jewel of the Casteja family empire - one of the most powerful families in France

  • Grand Cru Chateau Lynch-Moussas

    Chateau Lynch-Moussas is honored to be on the 5th Growth of the Grand Cru Classe 1855, owned by Borie-Manoux.

  • Chateau Batailley, Grand Cru Classé AOC Pauillac

    Chateau Batailley is honored to be on Bordeaux Wine Official Classification of 1855. Chateau Batailley has always been considered the jewel of the Casteja family empire - one of the most powerful families in France.

  • Fun facts about Château Margaux

    Château Margaux, a 1er Cru Classé property, has been owned by the Mentzelopoulos family since 1978 - since then it has consistently produced the finest wines in the Médoc.

  • 4 fun facts about Château Lafite Rothschild 

    Château Lafite Rothschild is a wine estate in France, owned by members of the Rothschild family since the 19th century. The name Lafite comes from the surname of the La Fite family. Lafite was one of four wine-producing châteaux of Bordeaux originally awarded First Growth status in the 1855 Classification, which was based on the prices and wine quality at that time. Since then, it has been a consistent producer of one of the world's most expensive red wines.

  • Fun Fact about Château Mouton Rothschild

    Chateau Mouton Rothschild has upgraded to 1st Growth Status in 1973, the only change ever to made to 1855 Classification. Baron Philippe de Rothschild employed a different artist each year to design the label. Throughout past centuries, the price of the wines increased steadily and higher than other Bordeaux wines in First Growth. And many interesting thing you may don’t know about Chateau Mouton Rothschild.  Let’s discover fun facts through this article. 

  • What Makes Grand Cru Great

    Grand cru is usually translated to "great growth", though the long-winded "(product of) a great growing site" gives a clearer understanding of the meaning. Cru is the past participle of the verb croître, to grow. However, what this term means in practice in the French wine industry varies by region.