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The lands of Château Lagrange once depended on the Commanderie des Hospitallers of Saint John of Jerusalem in Bordeaux and were part of the Pellecahus hospital. The lands were rented out on a farm during the whole of the 18th century. It was not until 1796 that Château Lagrange experienced a formidable extension under the leadership of its owner Jean-Valère Cabarrus, the Minister of Finance of Napoleon I in Spain.

Today the vineyard, which is smaller and covers approximately 111 hectares of gravel on limestone beds, is 30 years old on average.

It is a Third Grand Cru Classé according to the prestigious list of 1855.

Grape variety: Cabernet Sauvignon 66%, Merlot noir 27% and Petit Verdot 7%.

All the harvest is manual and by successive sorting in the vineyard. The average production is of the order of 665 barrels or approximately 800,000 bottles with an average and very low yield per hectare of 7,000 to 7,200 bottles.

The wine is aged in new barrels for around 60% of the harvest and bottled after aging for 20 months.

3rd Classified Growth in 1855
Bottle 0.75L
3rd Classified Growth in 1855