Get inspired by extraordinary wines, unique terroir, multi-generations family-owned chateau and idyllic wine vineyards in some of the most beautiful wine regions in the world.
Since the first Duke of Épernon in the 17th centuries, the men of Beychevelle have always ruled their land nobly and brought glory to the château.This desire to beautify the château and its surroundings remained a tradition for subsequent owners. To such an extent that Robert Parker declared, « Beychevelle’s wines can be as beautiful as its magnificent gardens » (Robert Parker, 1990). Beychevelle has always been a home to the arts and gradually came to be known as the Versailles of Bordeaux
It dates back to the 12th century with a medieval architecture: a tower built in 1120 surrounded by moats. The vineyard was planted in 1407, spreads on about 115 hectares with mainly a chalky soil covered with a layer of gravel, a fifth Grand Cru classified Pauillac from the 1855 prestigious list.
In the heart of Sauternes, this Premier Grand Cru Classé in 1855, is located on the heights of the village of Bommes, a unique terroir that produces the magic gold wine. With four centuries of history, it owns two fortified castles, a prestigious hotel and a Michelin-starred restaurant that uses wine-growing techniques to enhance his cuisine, all these allows wine lovers to taste the serenity of an exceptional landscape and get lost in all the nuances of the vines.
The history of Lynch-Bages, situated in the lands of "Batges" at the entrance to Pauillac, is emblematic of the Médoc region. The Lynch-Bages vineyards are planted across 100 hectares in the region. It was once owned by Thomas Lynch who managed the land wisely and produced high quality wines under the name of ''Cru de Lynch'' and be classified as one of the fifth growths as part of the prestigious 1855 Classification. Later on, it was leased to Jean-Charles Cazes who manage and run the vineyard ever since.
A charming neo-gothic Château built in the 13th century is surrounded by 60 hectares of vines, and features verdant gardens planted with thousand-year-old olive trees and stately Lebanese cedars.
This Grand Cru Classes Estate has 78h hectares of vines grow on a thick layer of Gunzian gravels, has its own weather station, CO2 recycling process and cooperage, and owns a unique place to experience the "French Art de vivre": the luxury hotel Les Sources de Caudalie and its restaurants and the Caudalie Vinotherapy Spa.