Château de Lescours
Saint Emilion Grand Cru
700 years of history
Built in 1341, the Château de Lescours has over the years served as an asylum and resting place for the kings and lords of the region.
The Chariol family has lived there for 5 generations and strives to transmit technical know-how but also passion for nature and generosity.
A unique terroir
On nearly 8 hectares in the Saint-Emilion Grand Cru appellation, the Château de Lescours practices sustainable agriculture with respect for the environment. Mechanical work of the land, adaptation to weather conditions and maintenance of traditional know-how guide the team of the castle over the vintages.
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