The Baron de Lestac range features several Bordeaux wines but they are all made with the same aim: to introduce (or reintroduce) this wonderful wine region to as many people as possible by sharing the most representative expression of its vineyards and savoir-faire. This expression is the result of careful vineyard parcel selection, and of work done in the winery with the greatest respect for Bordeaux traditions. Learn more about how Baron de Lestac wines are made, from vinification to ageing.
Our red Bordeaux and Haut-Médoc wines pay homage to their famous appellations. Made from leading Bordeaux grape varieties such as Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, they are aged in oak in our barrel cellar before being blended with other wines from barrels of different ages.
These fresh Bordeaux wines are easy to enjoy, but they are the result of a complex winemaking process. Our dry white wine is vinified in oak barrels while our sweet white is a subtle blend of Sémillon and Muscadelle, and our rosé is a Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon combination: they follow Bordeaux tradition to the letter.