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This wine estate’s name comes from knight Antoine de Lascombes, born in 1625, who owned plots and vineyards.

In 1761, Jean-François and Anne de Lascombes were the owners. Jean-François de Lascombes was adviser to the Parliament of Bordeaux, king’s prosecutor to the Almiralty and member of the Academy of Bordeaux.

In the newspaper “Le Producteur” from the 4th of April 1838, it is said that this wine estate owns old vines and very good grape varieties on a precious soil. These wines are well-known for their superior quality, and can even compete with Château Margaux wines.

This wine is a Second Grand Cru, according to the prestigious ranking from 1855.

The vineyard spreads on around 85 hectares, the vines were planted on average 35 years ago. Production amounts to 244 barrels, that is to say almost 300,000 bottles, for an average yield per hectare of 2,600 litres.

Grape varieties : Merlot Noir 50%, Cabernet Sauvignon 45% and Petit Verdot 5%.

The whole harvest is done by hand in wooden crates and the wine is matured in barrels for 70 to 100% depending on the year, during 18 months before being bottled.

2nd Classified Growth in 1855
Bottle 0.75L
2nd Classified Growth in 1855