Chateau Lassegue

Chateau Lassegue The village is located on the right bank of the river Dordogne, next to the town of Libourne, in the Bordeaux viticulture area.

It is said that the tradition of winemaking in Saint-Émilion goes back to Roman occupation of the area. In the 4th century, the Latin poet Ausone lived in a villa on the present site of the Grand Cru with the same name.

The village takes its name from a monk named Émilion who took refuge in the 8th century in a cave in the area.

The village of Saint-Émilion and its vineyards are part of the Unesco World cultural heritage.

  • Chateau Lassegue 2006

    Chateau Lassegue

    Beautiful ruby color. On the nose there are aromas of berry jam, a hint of roasted coffee and dark fruits, affirming a wine that tastes young. e savory tannins are...

    54,00 €

  • Les Cadrans de Lassegue 2009

    Chateau Lassegue

    The second wine of Lassegue was born starting with the 2008 vintage. It has been named after the sundials which adorn the facade of the Chateau, as symbols of the...

    22,10 €