Château Batailley

Château Batailley has a reputation for fairly priced, well-made Pauillac. It is an estate that often flies under the radar in an appellation which contains so many big names. Tracing its roots back to the 1400s and the 100 Years War with the English, its name comes from the battles fought on its land. Brothers Marcel and François Borie split up the estate in 1942 to form two properties - Château Batailley and Haut-Batailley. Marcel kept the château (which was designed by Napoleon’s architect) and the estate has continued in the Borie family’s négociant business, Borie-Manoux and is overseen by Emile and Philippe Castéja. Significant investment has gone into their flagship estate, with a new chais in 2006 and a second wine introduced in 2015.


Château Batailley

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