1855 Grand Cru Classe – 3rd Growth.
The history of Chateau Giscours dates back to the 14th century.
The first vines were planted after 1552, when a rich cloth merchant, Pierre de Lhomme, bought the noble house of “Guyscoutz“.
The golden age of the chateau was the 19th century when the castle underwent a transformation into a neoclassical palace and a beautiful park was set around the chateau.
When at the chateau, besides tasting excellent wines, you can visit Ferme Suzanne housing some Bordeaux breed cows.
From November 1st to March 31st: open Monday through Friday
From April 1st to October 31st: Every day
9:30 am ‐ 5:30 pm
How about a picnic with a bottle of Chateau Giscours at the park? Glasses and wine are available from the chateau boutique.
The chateau also offers three guestrooms in the old barns.
Chateau Giscours, Grand Cru Classe
La Sirene de Giscours, AOC Margaux
Le Haut Medoc de Giscours, AOC Haut-Medoc
Le Rose de Giscours, Bordeaux Rose AOC
64% Cabernet Sauvignon
3% Cabernet Franc
3% Petit Verdot