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Château de Laussac

Remarkably situated on the prolonged hillsides of the village of Saint-Emilion at 8km. The Chateau de Laussac has been a privileged location dedicated to wine for over 200 years.

The property that is located in the community of St Magne de Castillon (Castillon Cotes de Bordeaux AC) is spread over 31 hectares of vines. The annual production is 180,000 bottles that is divided into 1 rosé wine and 4 red wines that correspond to each, individual terroir.

Alexandra and Nicolas acquired the château in 2004. Since then it has been the renowned Oenologist, Michel Rolland, who is consultant. Chateau de Laussac benefits from the most attentive and enlightened care in both the vineyard and the cellar with a spirit of excellence and a quest for perfection.

With uncompromising conviction, today it pursues its ascension towards greater refinement and complexity.
Château de Laussac crafts wines of a rare pleasure, voluptuous, that enchant both amateur and fine connoisseurs alike.

Since October 2011, the property has been engaged in the Environmental Management System through the Inter-Professional Wine Council of Bordeaux (CIVB).