The Château Lagrange is one of iconic references of the appellation Saint-Julien . The property bears witness to very ancient origins since, from the Gallo-Roman era, the place housed the ” Villa Rustica “. It is then the Order of the Templars which will come to initiate the wine-growing activity of the property. Château Lagrange will experience a real golden age in the 18th century and will achieve the title of 3 rd Classified Growth in the Official Classification of 1855. It is in 1983 that Château Lagrange becomes part of the Japanese group Suntory and its president. Keizo Saji. At the end of a major renovation and investment program associated with the arrival of a dynamic team, Château Lagrange has reached the top of Médoc wines.
Exceptional, the Château Lagrange vineyard covers 118 hectares of vines in one piece. The vineyard enjoys a superb location on two ridges of Graves of “Gunzienne” origin. The vines are 45 years old on average. They are oriented north-south and are located on silico-gravelly soils with a clay-limestone subsoil. Temperate, the climate of the vineyard is oceanic in nature.