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The most wanted French wine estate: Mouton, Lafite, Yquem, Romanée Conti, Leroy, Cheval Blanc, Margaux

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  • Château Mouton Rothschild

    Located in the commune of Pauillac in the Gironde, Chateau Mouton Rothschild's vineyard extends over 84 hectares and benefits from French AOC Pauillac.

    In 1853, Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild bought Château Brane-Mouton and immediatly renamed it Château Mouton Rothschild.

    This Estate is particularly famous for its illustrated labels since 1945 by great artists (Chagall, Miro, Picasso, Warhol... ).

    Mouton Rothschild was promoted to Premier Grand Cru in 1973.

  • Château Lafite Rothschild

    Owned by Baron Eric de Rothschild, this estate is is one of the most renowned wine properties in the Médoc.

    Once considered the "wine of kings" or "Princes of the Vines", he was ranked First Growth in 1855.

    The bouquet of Lafite wines is very suave and of incomparable delicacy; its savor brings together at the same time the taste of almonds and the scent of violets without it being possible to distinguish whether the one dominates the other.

    The wines of Lafite have always been produced with the same zealous care. They keep their reputation untarnished and still dazzle the world as they once did the Court in Versailles.

    Château Lafite Rothschild also produces a second label called Carruades de Lafite.

  • Moët et Chandon (Dom...

    Moet & Chandon's Champagne brand and family were active in Champagne since the 15th century, although the Champagne House Moët et Chandon was not founded until 1743 by Claude Moët.

    Champagnes range from dry, "Brut," to slightly sweet, "Demi-Sec."

    The vintage cuvée (based on Pinot Noir fruit) is perfect as an aperitif or surprsingly with many wide and varied food matches.

    Moet Ice Imperial is the world's first champagne specifically created to be enjoyed on ice during the day when the weather is hot.

    Moet Brut Imperial Rosé is a blend of the three wine varieties, with an emphasis on Pinot Noir, embodying a fruity and daring character.

    Cuvee Dom Perignon is made only in exceptional vintage years from two grape varieties from the Champagne region, Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. A rigorous selection process in both the vineyard and winery ensures that only the best grapes go into Dom Pérignon champagne.  Each Cuvee Dom Perignon is cellar-aged for 6 to 8 years.

    Since 2014 Dom Pérignon has no longer been using the term oenothèque for its late-release Champagnes, but the word Plenitude.

    There are three plenitudes in the life of a given vintage: the first plenitude which is when Dom Pérignon Vintage is released, while the second one arrives between 12 and 15 years – which was previously the first oenothèque release, but from now will be branded as P2

    The third window comes after around 30 years, when the Champagne has spent more than 20 years on its lees, which will now be termed as P3.

  • Chateau Margaux

    Located in the commune of Margaux, Château Margaux's vineyard extends over 92 hectares and benefits from French AOC of the same name.

    Although it is of considerable size, the vineyard is cultivated with meticulous application and pious repect of quality. The only wines which are given the honor of bearing the Château margaux label are those which have passed the test of stringent selection. This segregation which is extremely severe leads to the production of the second wine, distruted under the label "Pavillon rouge du Château Margaux".

    A parcel of very fine gravel soil covering some 12 hectares has been planted for more than a century to the Sauvignon blanc grape, which in limited quantities, produces a dry wine, original and subtle, called the "Pavillon blanc du Château Margaux."

    Margaux wines are renowned for its perfumed elegance.

  • Château Petrus

    Although Petrus has never been classified as bordeaux first growth, he is one the most famous wine of Pomerol and maybe in the world.

  • Château Latour

    Chateau Latour's vineyard extends over 78 hectares of appellation Pauillac.

    Ranked first growth in 1855, this estate is known for his consistency and his ability to produce great wines in difficult vintages.

  • Château Haut Brion

    Located in Pessac-Léognan in the town of Pessac, the estate was elevated to First Growth in 1855. Nowadays, Haut Brion is still considered as one of the most famous wines in the world.

  • Château d'Yquem

    One of the most famous vineyards in the world, the Château D’Yquem is particularly renowned for its sweet wines produced in the Sauternes area of the French region of Bordeaux.

    Intensely opulent when young, Yquem develops an extraordinary complexity and exotic richness when fully mature, with the best vintages lasting for over 50 years. Château d'Yquem is classified as a 1er Cru Classé supérieur.

  • Domaine de la Romanée...

    Considered not without reasons as the most prestigious wine of ​​Burgundy, this estate produces wines of exceptional quality as La Romanée Conti, la Tache, Montrachet, Grands Echezaux, Richebourg.

  • Château Cheval Blanc

    Located in Saint-Emilion, Château Cheval Blanc is one of the two wines to be ranked first growth A in 1955.

    Cheval Blanc's vineyards (Merlot 39%, Cabernet Franc 57%, Malbec 3%, Cabernet Sauvignon 1%) enjoy a variety of soils: gravel, clay and sand.

    Cheval Blanc requires a minimum 10 years of bottle age and the best vintages can last for 50 years or more.

  • domaine Leroy

    Domaine Leroy was established in 1988 with the purchase of domaines Charles Noëllat in Vosne-Romanée and Philippe Remy in Gevrey-Chambertin.

    Today, the estate has some 54 acres of vines, mostly 1er and Grand Cru, which produces less than 600 cases per year.

    Everything here is done by hand, and Lalou trains and manicures the vines into the most visually beautiful vineyards in the region.

  • Maison Krug

    Krug Champagne is a Champagne house founded by Joseph Krug in 1843.

    The Krug Champagnes includes:

    • Krug Grande Cuvée is a blend of over 120 wines coming from ten or more different vintages (some up to fifteen years in age) and three grape varieties from numerous vineyards.
    • Krug Rosé is a blend of three grape varieties, several different vintages from Krug’s library of 150 reserve wines and a skin-fermented Pinot noir wine which gives it its color and unique flavor.
    • Krug Vintage is composed only of wines from a single year. Krug Vintage sits in Krug’s cellars for at least a decade before release.
    • Krug Clos du Mesnil comes from a single plot (known as a clos in French) of Chardonnay: a 1.84-hectare vineyard protected by walls since 1698 in the centre of Mesnil-sur-Oger.
    • Krug Clos d’Ambonnay also comes from a single year, and its grapes from a single 0.68-hectare walled plot of Pinot noir in the heart of Ambonnay. Bottles are aged for over twelve years in Krug’s cellars and are relatively rare due to the small size of the vineyard.


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