The vast vineyard of Lagrange spreads over 118 uninterrupted hectares in Saint- Julien appellation. In 1855, its passionate and visionary owner, the Count Duchâtel, contributed to its classification as a third growth. Today, the hard work that has begun in the 1980ies, continues. The great care taken to the vineyard (yield control, harvest by hand) and the vinification plot by plot give birth each year to a rich and elegant wine, with a long ageing potential. The wine property is one of the very few in Médoc. producing a white wine: Les Arums de Lagrange. Matthieu Bordes and his team defend the principles of respect for environment, development of a unique site and exchange with people who have a passion for wine.
The wine has a frank and scrumptious character. It is aromatic, crisp with intense red berries flavours. The attack is unctuous, fruity and is carried by a smooth, creamy and elegant structure.
60% Cabernet Sauvignon, 34% Merlot, 6% Petit Verdot
Perfect with lamb, duck, game, chicken and rare, grilled beef.