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Located in Saint-Emilion, Gironde, Château Angelus's vineyard extends over 39 hectares. Enjoying a high reputation from the 20th century, it was first classified Grand Cru in 1954, then Premier Grand Cru in 1996. Finally, since 2012, it has been promoted to the rank of Premier Grand Cru Classé A, alongside with Pavie, Ausone and Cheval Blanc.
Located in Saint-Emilion, Gironde, the vine growing of Château Ausone has its earliest origins in the Gallo-Roman period. The current vineyard dates from the 18th century. With Cheval Blanc, it is the only wine to be promoted Premier Grand Cru Classé A in 1954. Château Ausone stands out as a typical wine of Saint-Emilion, powerful and very aromatic.
Located in Saint-Emilion, Gironde, Château Cheval Blanc is one of two wines to be ranked Premier Grand Cru Classé A in 1954, alongside Ausone. Chateau Cheval Blanc produces elegant and complex wines, whose reputation extends far beyond Europe.
Considered one of the earliest luxury goods, Château Haut-Brion is undoubtedly one of the most famous wines in the world. Steeped in a long wine history, Haut-Brion was elevated to First Growth in 1855. Located in Pessac-Léognan in the town of Pessac, the estate also produces a second red wine Chateau Bahans high-Brion, which has taken the name Clarence de Haut-Brion since 2007.
Château Lafite Rothschild's vineyard extends over 112 hectares of appellation Pauillac. Once considered the "wine of kings", he was ranked First Growth in 1855. Lafite Rothschild is now one of the most renowned and famous wines in the world.
Château Latour's vineyard extends over 78 hectares of appellation Pauillac. The 19th century was a turning point in the history of this wine since its growing reputation allowed access to the rank of First Growth in 1855. Today, Château Latour is known for his consistency and ability to produce great wines even in difficult years.
Château Le Pin's vineyard is located in the commune of Pomerol and benefits from French AOC of the same name. Produced from a small land of 2 hectares only, this is a particularly rare wine subject to speculation.
Located in the commune of Margaux, Château Margaux's vineyard extends over 92 hectares and benefits from French AOC of the same name. Heir to a long tradition of vine-growing, this wine is one of the very few that reached the rank of First Growth in the classification of 1855. It is now considered one of the most prestigious wines of Bordeaux.
Located in Talence, Gironde, Château La Mission Haut-Brion's vineyard extends over 29 hectares and benefits from French AOC Pessac-Leognan. It is ranked Grand Cru in the classification of Graves wines in 1953.
Located in the commune of Pauillac in the Gironde, Chateau Mouton Rothschild's vineyard extends over 84 hectares and benefits from French AOC Pauillac. Ranked Grand Cru in 1855, Mouton Rothschild was promoted to Premier Grand Cru in 1973. Fascinating estate with its museum and superb wine cellar, Mouton Rothschild is particularly famous for its illustrated labels since 1945 by great artists (Chagall, Braque, Picasso... ).
Located in Saint-Emilion, Château Pavie's wineyard extends over 37 hectares and benefits from French AOC of the same name. First ranked Premier Grand Cru B in 2006, he was promoted to Premier Grand Cru A in 2012. In 2000, the famous American oenologist Parker also considered this wine as one of the best in the world.
Petrus is the most famous wine of Pomerol. Although no Pomerol wine has ever been classified, Petrus enjoys the same prestige as Bordeaux's First Growth wines and often reaches dizzying prices.
Located in the town of Sauternes, Gironde, Château Yquem's vineyard extends over 100 hectares. This is the only Sauternes wine to be ranked Premier Cru Supérieur. It is considered one of the finest white wine in the world.