The Duffau-Lagarrosse family has owned the property since 1847, with the wine estate established in 1869. The château has been classified as a Premier Grand Cru Classé B since the Saint-Emilion classification was created in 1955, but, before the arrival of Nicolas Thienpont and Stéphane Derenoncourt as consultants in 2009, the property rarely lived up to its status – bar an exceptional 1990, which featured as one of Robert Parker’s desert island wines (earning 100 points).
Ch. Beauséjour is one of the finest Premier Grand Cru Classé estates in Saint-Emilion. Situated between Ch. Canon and Ch. Angélus on the limestone plateau, it is one of the best positioned in the appellation.
About Beausejour Duffau Lagarrosse
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