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Château Barreyres Haut-Médoc (750ml)

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The Château Barreyres estate is dominated by a majestic stone building dating back to the 10th century. A real jewel of the Médoc, this property is enhanced by impressive grounds complete with a private lake. The estate was once the property of Baron Dupérier de Larsan, who cultivated some 50 hectares. Acquired by the Castel family in 1971, it has since undergone substantial modernisation and restructuring. Nestled between the hamlet of d’Arcins and the Gironde river, the location of the vineyard is ideal, perching as it does on the gentle slopes leading down to the estuary. This is a fitting location because, as Médoc legend has it, in order to produce great wines, the vines must be able to catch a glimpse of the river…


The Château Barreyres estate is dominated by a majestic stone building dating back to the 10th century. A real jewel of the Médoc, this property is enhanced by impressive grounds complete with a private lake. The estate was once the property of Baron Dupérier de Larsan, who cultivated some 50 hectares. Acquired by the Castel family in 1971, it has since undergone substantial modernisation and restructuring. Nestled between the hamlet of d’Arcins and the Gironde river, the location of the vineyard is ideal, perching as it does on the gentle slopes leading down to the estuary. This is a fitting location because, as Médoc legend has it, in order to produce great wines, the vines must be able to catch a glimpse of the river…

The Château Barreyres estate is dominated by a majestic stone building dating back to the 10th century. A real jewel of the Médoc, this property is enhanced by impressive grounds complete with a private lake. The estate was once the property of Baron Dupérier de Larsan, who cultivated some 50 hectares. Acquired by the Castel family in 1971, it has since undergone substantial modernisation and restructuring. Nestled between the hamlet of d’Arcins and the Gironde river, the location of the vineyard is ideal, perching as it does on the gentle slopes leading down to the estuary. This is a fitting location because, as Médoc legend has it, in order to produce great wines, the vines must be able to catch a glimpse of the river…

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