Wines made in the fragrant workshop of the Médoc
It is probably just an interesting coincidence but St. Julien is situated in the centre of the Médoc, exactly half-way between Margaux and St. Estephe, and reveals a wonderful symbiosis of delicacy and finesse, power and intensity. The appellation St. Julien is very small yet holds one the highest percentages of Classified Growths. It expresses its essence with a wide-ranging and powerful aromatic palette.
Already well-known in the 17th century for its wines of quality it today withholds the architectural splendour of those châteaux such as Château Beychevelle, named « the Versailles of the Médoc » , one of the finest examples. It is a genuine « laboratory for wines of excellence » like the Léovilles, Château Talbot and others, which are served at the most prestigious tables all over the world.