Chateau de Lussac

Appellation : Lussac Saint-Emilion

The “Chateau de Lussac” was founded in 1876. It has been the property of Mrs. G. Laviale – Van Malderen and her husband Hervé since the 2000 vintage. The vineyard and the vinification equipment have been rebuilt and “Chateau de Lussac” today produces one of the best Saint-Emilion wines on a clayey and clay and limestone soil. There are three types of wines coexisting: A Rosé, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, a great wine with 80% of Merlot and 20% of Cabernet Franc. A second wine with a Merlot basis called “Le Libertin de Lussac” and a white wine, blend of Sauvignons white, grey and Sémillon.

Chateau de Lussac

Appellation : Lussac Saint-Emilion

The “Chateau de Lussac” was founded in 1876. It has been the property of Mrs. G. Laviale – Van Malderen and her husband Hervé since the 2000 vintage. The vineyard and the vinification equipment have been rebuilt and “Chateau de Lussac” today produces one of the best Saint-Emilion wines on a clayey and clay and limestone soil. There are three types of wines coexisting: A Rosé, Cabernet Franc and Merlot, a great wine with 80% of Merlot and 20% of Cabernet Franc. A second wine with a Merlot basis called “Le Libertin de Lussac” and a white wine, blend of Sauvignons white, grey and Sémillon.

The owner's pitch.

“Les vins du Château de Lussac, de par leur encépagement, leur terroir et leur vinification, sont des vins de garde puissant.”

Griet Laviale-Van Malderen et Hervé Laviale

Focus on the Chateau.

Surface area

30.5 hectares

Wine types

Red
White

Ageing

Barrels and tanks

Grape varieties

Merlot
Cabernet Franc
Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Gris
Semillon

Environmental protection

HEV since the 2020 vintage

Open for tours

By appointment

Wines.

Well structured and balanced palate with juicy fruits, velvety tannins and a nice minerality on the finish. Very good length.

How to contact the Chateau.

Address
15 rue Lincent
33570 Lussac
France

Phone
+33 5 57 74 56 58

E-mail
info@chateaudelussac.com

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