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Château Lagrange

A brief history

This property, purchased in 1953 by Jean-Pierre Moueix from Mr. Pecresse, also owner of Château Trotanoy, is located on the northern edge of the famous Pomerol plateau, contiguous to illustrious neighbors. Château Lagrange, Third Classified Growth in the 1855 classification, nestles in the heart of the renowned Saint-Julien appellation.

The vineyard, planted on heavy and clayey soils, is worked in a traditional way with great attention (plowing the soil, thinning and stripping). After manual picking of a few hours, the musts ferment in cement vats. The aging continues in oak barrels.

The wine of Château Lagrange, charming from its youth, combines roundness and generosity, suppleness and fruit, in a very beautiful expression of the soils of Pomerol.

We are committed to a mindful viticulture, respecting and supporting the work carried out by the dedicated men and women on the property, preserving our heritage and our earth. From the choice of nursery plants to the traditional manual tasks in the vineyard, our philosophy consists in maintaining an even and sustainable production.

During the harvest, our pickers take particular care to select the best bunches from which we extract the quintessence of their character and singularity.
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Château Lagrange
France, Gironde


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