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Château Lagrange

The history of Chateau Lagrange dates to 1796 when Napoleon’s finance minister to Spain acquired the estate. Classified as a Third Growth in 1855, Chateau Lagrange extends over 117 hectares of gravel rises in the appellation of Saint Julien in the Medoc region. The estate’s vineyards are managed plot by plot and are planted with 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot. Chateau Lagrange also practices plot by plot vinification in order to perfectly express the terroir and fine tune the blend.

Château Lagrange

The history of Chateau Lagrange dates to 1796 when Napoleon’s finance minister to Spain acquired the estate. Classified as a Third Growth in 1855, Chateau Lagrange extends over 117 hectares of gravel rises in the appellation of Saint Julien in the Medoc region. The estate’s vineyards are managed plot by plot and are planted with 65% Cabernet Sauvignon, 28% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot. Chateau Lagrange also practices plot by plot vinification in order to perfectly express the terroir and fine tune the blend.

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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
    (€30.00/Unit)
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  2. Château Lagrange 2011


    Robert Parker : 86
    Wine Spectator : 87
    Jancis Robinson : 16,5

    Available
    Light prices
    €560.00 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++

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