1855 Grand Cru Classe – 5th Growth, Pauillac
Prior to 1939, the estate belonged to the Lynch family of Ireland.
Jean-Carles Cazes acquired the business with its 16th century building and the 1850s vat room.
In 2017, the Cazes family started renovations of the winemaking facilities.
The Cazes family also owns Chateau Ormes de Pez in Saint-Estephe, a wonderful hotel and restaurant Cordeillan-Bages near Pauillac and a bistro Cafe Lavinal in the villages of Bages, which is an excellent lunch spot on your Medoc wine tour.
Monday through Friday, 9.30 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 6.30 pm
Visit duration: 1hr
Languages: French, English, German
One of the exciting ventures of the Cazes family is the VINIV experience where you can make your own barrel of Bordeaux wine.
Chateau Lynch Bages, Grand Cru Classe, Pauillac
Blanc de Lynch Bages, AOC Bordeaux
Eco de Lynch Bages, AOC Pauillac
70% Cabernet Sauvignon
4% Cabernet Franc
2% Petit Verdot
Visiting European Wineries
Here are my top places to stay in the Medoc wine country. Choose among Labarde (Margaux), Pauillac, or Saint-Estephe.
Yes, it is possible to visit Bordeaux wineries from Paris in one day. You can take an early high-speed train or plane, then rent a car at the train station or at the airport or hop on a wine tour.