Founded in 1365, this Grand Cru Classé owes its reputation as "the quintessential Graves" and characteristic smoky notes to its sloped terroir containing semi-precious stones such as quartzite and angatoid.
Located on one of the region's most beautiful gravelly rises, Château Malartic-Lagravière was purchased in the 18th century. It was formerly known as Domaine de La Gravière until 1850, when it was given its current name.
Designated a red and white Graves classed growth in 1953, Château Latour-Martillac owes its name to the vestige of a fortress built in the 12th century by the ancestors of the famous winegrower, Montesquieu.
Château Larrivet Haut-Brion was cited as one of the leading wines in Léognan as early as 1840. The Gervoson family acquired the estate in 1987 and has worked hard ever since to restore this wine's illustrious reputation.
Haut-Bailly's reputation as one of the greatest Bordeaux wines dates back to the 19th century and the word "outstanding" most often associated with the château reflects the superb quality of its wines.