Bordeaux Red: St. Julien

This exceptional wine has a well-known pedigree—it used to be part of Château Lagrange, which was a classified third growth in the 1855 classification. It lies in the on the road between Beychevelle and St-Laurent-de-Médoc between Château Talbot and Château Lagrange. Mr. Meffre acquired this property in 1964 and has been producing excellent wine for many years.

  • Chateau Lalande

    The property is almost 80 acres in size and is planted 55% Cabernet Sauvignon, 40% Merlot Noir, and 5% Cabernet Franc, yielding a wine with power and elegance. The wine is treated in thermo-regulated vats and ferments for 25 days on average. You will see that the winemaker is able to pull excellent fruit from this wine as well as excellent structure. In the immensely concise and detailed Bordeaux and its Wines, they say “Its vineyard, some thirty hectares in size [80 acres], all in one piece situated on a gravel plateau over an iron-pan subsoil and almost entirely planted with prime grapes meticulously chosen, produces an elegant wine with great finesse and exceptional bouquet.”

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