Diverse terroirs, in-depth know how and an unforgettable expression of the Saint-Julien terroir. This Classified 2nd Growth is a pleasure to drink built on an impeccable tradition of wine-growing. Legend has it that Chateau Talbot is named after an ancient British warrior, Connetable Talbot. He was killed during the battle at Castillon, in 1453, and the estate was later named ... Read More »
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Classified 3rd Growth from the Haut-Medoc appellation, Chateau La Lagune is the product of a turbulent history. In the 1960s, its fate changed thanks to modernization of its infrastructure. Caroline Frey is now the manager of the property, continuously striving to combine the chateau’s historical know-how and the magnificent terroir of the haut-Medoc. A complicated past The first traces of ... Read More »
Futures 2016 : Releases of the day Today, Chateau Chasse-Spleen, Chateau du Tertre and Chateau Duhart-Milon from the Moulis-en-Medoc, Margaux & Pauillac appellations announced their releases of the 2016 vintages. Chateau Chasse-Spleen – Moulis-en-Medoc Produced from 90 hectares of vines, Chateau Chasse-Spleen is a Cru bourgeois from the Moulis-en-Medoc appellation. Founded by Mr. Gressier in 1720, it was not until 1820 that ... Read More »
Chateau Montrose is a Classified Second Growth in the Saint-Estephe appellation. It is known for having owners that were unafraid to push limits and do things differently. This still holds true today with the Bouygues brothers as owners. Ground-breaking in the Medoc Chateau Montrose’s history begins in the early 19th century. Chateau de Calon’s owner, Etienne Theodore Dumoulin, fell in love with ... Read More »
Futures 2016 : Releases of the day Today, Chateau Meyney from Saint-Estephe, Chateau Pape Clement from Pessac-Leognan and chateau La Pointe from Pomerol announced their releases of their 2016 vintages. Chateau Meyney- Saint-Estephe Peres Feuillants planted the first grapes of Chateau Meyney in 1662. It is one of the oldest properties in the Medoc. Since 2004 CA Grands Crus has owned the vineyard, and they have ... Read More »
Futures 2016 : Releases of the day Today, Chateau Cantemerle from Haut-Medoc and Chateau Maucaillou from Moulis-en-Medoc announced their releases of their 2016 vintages. Chateau Cantemerle – Haut-Medoc The first traces of the property are from the 12th century, and more specifically 1147. The Lords of Cantemerle decided to make it their home. Classified as a 5th Growth in 1855, the chateau has a terroir consisting of fine and ... Read More »
History To understand the style of wines Failla Vineyards crafts, you must know the story of their winemaker and owner, Ehren Jordan. His started at a wine shop in Washington DC, working part time at Bell’s Wine Shop following a gig as a sommelier at a local restaurant in Aspen, Colorado. With his sights set to California, Ehren lands a ... Read More »