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The history of Château Lagrange began with Mr Jean Valère Cabarrus, who bought the estate in 1796 and extended it before selling it in 1825.
The estate then went through some difficult times (war, viticultural crises and economic recession) and had numerous successive owners.
Since its acquisition in 1983 by the Japanese group Suntory and its management by Mr Marcel Ducasse, priority has been given to upgrading the vineyard and modernising its facilities. All this has helped make Château Lagrange one of the top wines of Saint-Julien.
Completely situated in the village of SaintJulien, the vineyard of Chateau Lagrange represents 118 hectares in red vines, spread over two hills with the slopes directed towards the North and the South, in one block. The subsoil is of clay and limestone and the topsoil is of pebbles and gravel. The climate is temperate and oceanic.
2017 was early and contrasted. The total rainfall is lower than the average of the last twenty years. The month of April was particularly dry. The cool nights culminated in severe frost on the 27th April. Spring was warm with average rainfall. Flowering occurred early, quickly and in ideal conditions. The summer was warm and dry until September 8th. A tremendous work carried out to mark 250 000 vine stocks during colour change made the intraplot selection process easier at harvest time.
Age of the vine: 39 years
Ageing potential: 30 years
93/100 James Suckling
92/100 Wine Spectator
91/100 Jean-Marc Quarin
91/100 Parker Wine Advocate
91/100 Wine Decider
16.5/20 Jancis Robinson
16/ 20 La Revue du Vin de France
250 SGD -37%
48 SGD -25%