Château Lagrange 3 cru Saint Julien 2013
After an extensive and costly reconstruction, Château Lagrange is back in a position where, to such an extent, you have begun to look upwards and challenge the brothers and sisters who ended in The Second and Third World. Cru when Napoleon claimed a status in the run-up to the World's Fair in Paris in 1855.
Château Lagrange, like most others, has experienced ups and downs and had a long line of owners, but few others have been as close to disappearing from the map as Lagrange. In the post-World War II period, the castle consistently had difficulty in selling its wines and, in order to make ends meet, systematic land divestment began. Thus, the wines of the Château du Glana Château Are Lalande-Borie; and partly Château Gloria all grounded on fruit from vineyards that once belonged to Lagrange.
The turning point came in 1983, when the Japanese Suntory Group bought the castle and the 140 hectares. (including just 48 with wine) that remained, and ever since they have proved so that the big investors from outside, usually only hurt the French national pride.
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