Blend of 54% Cabernet Sauvignon, 42% Merlot, and 4% Petit Verdot.
The property was originally called the Seigneury of Lapelouze. In the late 1600s, it was acquired by Jean de Cambon-Lapelouze. During the French Revolution, the estate was seized as a national property but unlike most other Chateaux, the property was returned. Jean Pierre Marie purchased the property in the late 1990’s. In 2019, the winery was sold to Treasury Wine Estates. They own many large scale properties such as Beringer, Penfolds and Chateau St. Jean.
#16 – Wine Enthusiast Top 100, 2019
This rich wine is built by generous tannins and dense black-plum fruits. A hint of dark chocolate offers depth and an edge of extraction that does not detract from the delicious ripe fruitiness. Drink from 2023. Wine Enthusiast – 93