Château Léoville-Barton

What Second Growth Château Léoville-Barton lacks in size, it more than makes up for in quality and reputation. It is the smallest of the Léoville parcels with 48 hectares of vines, the majority of which are Cabernet Sauvignon, although Merlot and Petit Verdot are also planted. Léoville-Barton is still closely linked to its sister château, Langoa-Barton. Both estates were purchased by Hugh Barton in the 1820s and have remained in the same family since then. Léoville-Barton has no château or winery of its own, the estate depicted on its label is Langoa-Barton, and the wine is made in Langoa’s winery. The reputation of the estate soared under the management of Anthony Barton, perhaps the region's most iconic figurehead. Today, his daughter Lilian and grandson Damien are at the helm and Léoville-Barton is well-regarded for achieving excellent quality at fair prices, as well as being one of the longest-lived wines in the Médoc.


Château Léoville-Barton

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