A second wine, Les Tourelles de Longueville, was introduced in 1986 with grapes coming from the Sainte Anne plot. Not only is this an excellent and approachable wine in its own right, but it also offers a reasonably priced window into this Château. With more Merlot in the blend, as Neal Martin puts it, this wine “has one eye on commercial appeal”.
In 2012 Pichon Baron introduced another second wine: Les Griffons de Pichon Baron. Quite unusually for Bordeaux, this high-end second wine uses some grapes from the estate’s oldest vines grown on gravel soils, which are also used for the Grand Vin.