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Château Lagrange

As third cru classé in the imperial classification of 1855, Château Lagrange has enjoyed a long history which began in 1796 when Jean Valère Cabarrus, the Count of the Empire and Minister of Finance under Napoleon I, bought and expanded the estate. A vast wine-growing estate could finally come into being from his many acquisitions, and today covers 117 hectares, making Lagrange the largest wine-growing estate for cru classé in the Médoc. In 1983, the leading Japanese drinks and spirits group Suntory purchased the estate, thus making it possible for the château to be completely renovated, right down to the working tools, from the vineyards to the fermentation rooms and storage cellars. The new owners are committed to a quality-focused approach, which -- under the watchful eye of Marcel Ducasse -- has, since the 1980s, enabled them to bring out the finer character of this large terroir with its gravel soils, by a process of parcel selection. Today, it is Bruno Eynard, Managing Director of the vineyard, who governs the fate of this fine wine. The result is a wine of outstanding elegance, finesse and aromatic generosity, which ages well, much to the delight of those who enjoy a vin de garde.

Château Lagrange

As third cru classé in the imperial classification of 1855, Château Lagrange has enjoyed a long history which began in 1796 when Jean Valère Cabarrus, the Count of the Empire and Minister of Finance under Napoleon I, bought and expanded the estate. A vast wine-growing estate could finally come into being from his many acquisitions, and today covers 117 hectares, making Lagrange the largest wine-growing estate for cru classé in the Médoc. In 1983, the leading Japanese drinks and spirits group Suntory purchased the estate, thus making it possible for the château to be completely renovated, right down to the working tools, from the vineyards to the fermentation rooms and storage cellars. The new owners are committed to a quality-focused approach, which -- under the watchful eye of Marcel Ducasse -- has, since the 1980s, enabled them to bring out the finer character of this large terroir with its gravel soils, by a process of parcel selection. Today, it is Bruno Eynard, Managing Director of the vineyard, who governs the fate of this fine wine. The result is a wine of outstanding elegance, finesse and aromatic generosity, which ages well, much to the delight of those who enjoy a vin de garde.

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  1. Château Lagrange 2012


    Robert Parker : 86-88
    Wine Spectator : 85-88
    Jancis Robinson : 16,5

    Delivery of En-Primeurs from end 2014 to early 2015
    €360.00 In bond ex VAT
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  2. Château Lagrange 2011


    Robert Parker : 85-87
    Wine Spectator : 87
    Jancis Robinson : 16,5

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    €550.00 Incl. VAT & DP
       €530.00 Incl. VAT & DP
    (€44.17/Unit)
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  3. Château Lagrange 2008


    Robert Parker : 89+
    Wine Spectator : 91
    Jancis Robinson : 16.5++

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    €560.00 Incl. VAT & DP
    (€46.67/Unit)
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