Château Sénéjac

An ancient barony, Chateau Senejac’s first known owner was in the 16th century, a squire, Nicolas de Blois. The Chateau was undoubtedly planted as a vineyard from this century. The owner of Grand Cru Classé from St. Julien Chateau Talbot, Lorraine Cordier has given a new impetus to raise the vineyard up to the best Médoc wines was given since she acquired it in 1999. Chateau Senejac is a charming wine to drink young and is distinguished for its fullness and fruit and expresses its terroir with slow aging.

Château Sénéjac

An ancient barony, Chateau Senejac’s first known owner was in the 16th century, a squire, Nicolas de Blois. The Chateau was undoubtedly planted as a vineyard from this century. The owner of Grand Cru Classé from St. Julien Chateau Talbot, Lorraine Cordier has given a new impetus to raise the vineyard up to the best Médoc wines was given since she acquired it in 1999. Chateau Senejac is a charming wine to drink young and is distinguished for its fullness and fruit and expresses its terroir with slow aging.

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  1. Château Sénéjac 2012


    Jancis Robinson : 16

    Delivery of En-Primeurs from end 2014 to early 2015
    €132.00 In bond ex VAT
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  2. Château Sénéjac 2011


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    €210.00 Incl. VAT & DP
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  3. Château Sénéjac 2012


    Jancis Robinson : 16

    Delivery of En-Primeurs from end 2014 to early 2015
    €132.00 In bond ex VAT
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    A box of 6 Magnums (1,5l)

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