Chateau Les Landes de Cach

Chateau Les Landes de Cach

Château de Cach has a long and diverse history. Originally a wine-producing property, it had its vines uprooted in 1934 due to the financial crisis of 1929. The property was purchased in 1938 by the Rioux family, breeders of dairy cows, they also cultivated wheat and potatoes until 1972. It wasn’t until 1979 when Henry Musso purchased the land from the Rothschild family that Château de Cach began to be restored to its former glory.

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  • Vivino 4+
    Country: France, Bordeaux
    Grape: Cabernet Sauvignon
    ABV: 13.5%
    This 1.2-hectare vineyard in Pauillac stands next to the 5th growth grand cru classé's of Chateau Batailley, and across the road from Château Grand Puy Lacoste, on soil worthy of a classified growth. The yield here is around 32 hl/ha and the vineyard is planted in equal measure of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot. The entire batch of their Pauillac parcels is aged in new French oak barrels under the label Château Les Landes de Cach. The result is a superb wine from exceptional soils and winemakers.
    Regular Price
    £39.95
    Bordeaux Special
    £35.96
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