Margaux - Wine - Producer - Restaurant at the castle
This vineyard's 45 hectares cut across the Margaux and Haut-Médoc appellations.
The morning fog that descends like a white tablecloth on the chateau's pond, the vines that bask in the sun, the rustling leaves of the wooded gardens, and the imposing gate that opens up onto the pathway leading to the splendid chartreuse... This is not merely a visit, it's an encounter with one of the oldest surviving wine estates in the Medoc: Chateau Dauzac.
Vines have been cultivated since the 12th century in the heart of this magnificent territory, shaped over the course of many centuries by the men and women of Dauzac, to produce this Margaux Fifth Growth 1855 wine.
The vineyard's 45 hectares cut across the Margaux (42 hectares) and Haut-Médoc appellations.
In a hotbed of biodiversity, influenced by hundreds of years of combined expertise, nature and terroir is accorded the utmost respect, as demonstrated by the property's beehives and the brilliant, sweet honey they produce.
Take a professional guided tour, and discover the secrets of this rich, noble chateau.