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1855 Grand Cru Classe – 2nd Growth, Saint Julien
Founded in the 17 century the chateau owes its name to the Old-French “Baisse-Voile” meaning lowered sails.
According to the legend, the ships passing in front of the chateau would lower their sales as a sign of the allegiance to the powerful owner of the chateau, admiral Jean-Louis Nogaret de La Valette.
This is reflected in the chateau label which depicts the ship and the name of the second wine label, Admiral de Beychevelle.
The chateau surprises its visitors with its architecture – a combination of modern glass structures with historic buildings.
Amiral de Beychevelle
Les Brulieres de Beychevelle