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Château LE CROCK SAINT ESTEPHE 2016 75CL
EXCEPTIONAL CRU BOURGEOIS


Wine merchants in Lille since 1804, the Cuvelier family set foot in the Bordeaux vineyards by acquiring Château Le Crock in 1903. They then bought Châteaux Léoville Poyferré (2nd Grand Cru Classé) and Moulin Riche in Saint-Julien. in 1920.

In 1947 Max Cuvelier moved to Bordeaux and created a second trading house: H. Cuvelier & Fils. His eldest son, Didier, has been in charge of the daily management of the family properties since 1979. For 40 years, he presided over the destinies of the estates, bringing the same care and the same search for precision in the development of wines in Saint-Julien as in Saint - Estephe.

In 2018, Sara Lecompte Cuvelier (cousin of Didier) took up the torch, leading Château Le Crock on the path to excellence.

Château Le Crock has 32 hectares of vines on an exceptional terroir made up of gravel, sand on the surface and clay in the subsoil.

Grapes: 53% Cabernet Sauvignon, 33% Merlot, 9% Cabernet Franc and 5% Petit Verdot. 

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