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Château Beychevelle

According to legend, ships sailing by Chateau Beychevelle, known as “the Versailles of the Medoc,” would lower their sails to the level of the Chateau in respect of its owner, the Duke of Epernon, Grand Admiral of France. Thus the chateau was named "Beychevelle", meaning “Baisse Voile” or “lower the sails.” Extending over 90 hectares, the vineyard is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc with small quantities of Petit Verdot. Beychevelle wines are supple and perfectly balanced; expressing with elegance the terroir of Saint-Julien in the purest respect for tradition.

Château Beychevelle

According to legend, ships sailing by Chateau Beychevelle, known as “the Versailles of the Medoc,” would lower their sails to the level of the Chateau in respect of its owner, the Duke of Epernon, Grand Admiral of France. Thus the chateau was named "Beychevelle", meaning “Baisse Voile” or “lower the sails.” Extending over 90 hectares, the vineyard is planted with Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Cabernet Franc with small quantities of Petit Verdot. Beychevelle wines are supple and perfectly balanced; expressing with elegance the terroir of Saint-Julien in the purest respect for tradition.

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