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The vineyard is established on sedimentary rock while the complex subsoil consists of different layers of gravel, marl and pebbles.

The soil of Saint-Julien is often referred to as «a geological mosaic».

Grape varieties

Cabernet-Sauvignon is the majority grape variety, building the backbone of the wine, while Merlot brings riper notes. Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc contribute to the flavor with floral hues.


Its bouquet full of nobility assembles a rich aromatic palette (black fruits and spices in particular), contributing to the charm of its wines.

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Château Beychevelle 2023
Price pending release


 94-95 JS / 93-94 RP 

One of the finest châteaux in the Médoc, awarded the title of Fourth Grand Cru Classé in the Saint Julien appellation in 1855.

The history of Château Beychevelle dates back to the 16th century, when the estate belonged to the Foix-Candale family. Its name, derived from the expression "Baisse voile", comes from the fact that boats "lowered their sails" as they passed in front of the château when it belonged to the Governor of Guyenne in the 17th century. A past between land and sea that can be seen on the bottles.

Château Ducru-Beaucaillou 2023
Price pending release

 96-97 JS

The 2nd Cru Classé in the Official Classification of 1855 embodies the perfect model of a great Saint-Julien. 

The estate extends over soils characterized by rolled pebbles, hence the name "Beaucaillou". Some parcels feature old vines that draw the essence of the terroir deep down.

Château Léoville Las Cases 2023
162€ HT / BT

 97-98 JS / 94-96 RP 

One of the Médoc's oldest estates, it boasts a highly complex terroir. The proximity of the Gironde explains the great diversity of soils, created over geological periods by successive superimpositions. This mosaic of geological combinations influences the development of the vines and the constitution of the grapes, giving the wine its unique personality.

Vintage after vintage, Château Léoville Las Cases produces increasingly fine and elegant wines, faithful to the exceptional Médoc soils on which it stands.

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Château Léoville Barton 2023
65,10€ HT / BT

 96-97 JS / 94-96 RP

The quintessence of the Médoc, with wines that shine with consistency and class, the 2nd Grand Cru Classé in 1855 illustrates the passion of the Barton family. They have devoted themselves with energy and ambition to this superb vineyard.

The wine produced is prestigious, reflecting the Barton family's commitment to their estate.

Château Léoville Poyferré 2023
Price pending release

93-95 RP 

Second Grand Cru Classé Château Léoville Poyferré is one of the most prestigious estates in the Saint-Julien appellation.

The history of Château Léoville Poyferré dates back to the 17th century, when it was part of a larger estate known as Léoville. Over the years, the estate was divided into three separate properties: Léoville Las Cases, Léoville Barton and Léoville Poyferré.

Château Branaire-Ducru 2023
Price pending release

 95-96 JS / 93-94 RP 

Classified as a Fourth Growth in the official Bordeaux Wine Classification of 1855, Château Branaire-Ducru's history dates back to the 17th century.

It is renowned for producing quality wines, characterized by elegance, finesse and ageing potential, as well as for its century-old vines. It is made up of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot grapes, ensuring that the wines express their full potential, both fruity and complex.

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