Chateau Lagrange is one of the iconic references in the Saint-Julien appellation. Emanating from ancient times, a Roman "Villa Rustica" was built on the estate. It was indeed the Order of the Templars that started the estate’s wine-growing activity. In the 18th century, Chateau Lagrange experienced a true golden age and ranked as a Third Cru Classe in the Official Classification of 1855. In 1983, Chateau Lagrange was acquired by the Japanese group, Suntory, headed by Keizo Saji. Following the significant renovation and investment program, spearheaded by a dynamic team, Chateau Lagrange has reached the very top of fine Medoc wines.
Château Lagrange's exceptional vineyard spreads over 118 hectares of vines, in a single block. The vineyard benefits from a superb location, resting on two hills made of "Gunz" gravel. The vines are 45 years old on average. Enjoying a northern and southern exposure, they are planted on silico-gravelly soils with a clay-limestone subsoil. The vineyard enjoys a mild and maritime climate.
Chateau Lagrange unveils its latest innovation: the Coffret Miroir. This box set offers the unique opportunity to rediscover 6 vintages (2009, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015), identical to those aged in three-hundred-year-old oak barrels in the Collection Remarquable box set.
The 6 wines presented in this Chateau Lagrange Coffret Miroir box set comprise a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Petit Verdot, which varies depending on the vintage.
These wines offer an aromatic and elegant nose and will seduce you with their fine tannins, their structure and their exceptional freshness.