The Chateau Lagrange estate, a third growth in Bordeaux, grows the following grape varieties: 65% Cabernet Sauvignon and 28% Merlot and 7% Petit Verdot. The Cabernet Sauvignon contributes structure and ageing potential, the Merlot roundness and body, and the Petit Verdot fruit and complexity. The Chateau produces 300 000 bottles each year and offers a second wine: ‘Les Fiefs de Lagrange’.
Lagrange extends over 115 hectares in the west of the appellation Saint-Julien. It extends over two north-south rises of Gunzian gravelly soil with sand or iron-rich clay undrelay. The centre of the domain marks the highest point in Saint-Julien.
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