Ch. Rauzan-Ségla was initially part of the neighbouring Rauzan-Gassies estate, but were divided in the early 18th century. During the 1855 Classification, the property was awarded Second Growth status, valued just behind Ch. Mouton Rothschild. During the 20th century the property underperformed, but its fortunes started to change in the 1980s, when Professor Emile Peynaud was hired as a consultant.
Ch. Rauzan-Ségla is a Margaux Second Growth and has become a leading wine estate under Chanel’s ownership.
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