CHATEAU CHEVAL BLANC

The Cheval Blanc estate was founded by Jean-Jacques Ducasse in 1832 after he acquired the vineyards which were previously related to Château Figeac. Perceiving an exceptional soil, the owners opted for singular grape varieties, half-composed of Merlot and Cabernet Franc. The wine was first rewarded with a gold medal during the 1878 universal exhibition in Paris. In 1954, Cheval Blanc was classified “A” as Premier Grand Cru in the Saint-Emilion classification. In 1998, Bernard Arnault and Baron Albert Frère became the owners of this prestigious château and instilled a new vitality to it. Pierre Lurton became the Chief Executive Officer of Cheval Blanc.

1ère jeunesse

La première expression du vin. Le vin est dans sa jeunesse, souple et ouvert, facile à boire.

Mature

La deuxième expression du vin. Le vin est à l’âge adulte, plus complexe et étoffé, épanoui.

Apogée

La troisième expression du vin. Il est au sommet, gagnant en profondeur, il atteint son zenith.

LE PETIT CHEVAL

Created in 1988, Le Petit Cheval is Cheval Blanc’s second wine, which was founded by Jean-Jacques Ducasse in 1832 after he acquired the vineyards which were previously related to Château Figeac. In 1954, Cheval Blanc was classified “A” as Premier Grand Cru in the Saint-Emilion classification. In 1998, Bernard Arnault and Baron Albert Frère became the owners of this prestigious château and instilled a new vitality to it. Pierre Lurton became the Chief Executive Officer of Cheval Blanc.

1ère jeunesse

La première expression du vin. Le vin est dans sa jeunesse, souple et ouvert, facile à boire.

Mature

La deuxième expression du vin. Le vin est à l’âge adulte, plus complexe et étoffé, épanoui.

Apogée

La troisième expression du vin. Il est au sommet, gagnant en profondeur, il atteint son zenith.

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