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Château Lynch-Moussas
Château Lynch Moussas - Cru Classé 2011
Pauillac - aoc

  • Unit - 75cl
  • Wooden case of 6 - 75 cl
  • Unit - 150 cl
  • Wooden case of 6 - 150 cl
CHF 39.50
Unit - 75cl
CHF 237.00
Wooden case of 6 - 75 cl
CHF 95.00
Unit - 150 cl
CHF 570.00
Wooden case of 6 - 150 cl
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Cépage Cabernet Sauvignon
Ageing in barrels
Production 165'000 bottles


Historically, Château Lynch-Moussas belonged to Count Lynch. The property was, until the 19th century, composed of 3 large plateaux: Madrac, Moussas and Bages.
In 1835, the Lynch estate was divided into two: Château Lynch-Bages and Château Lynch-Moussas.

These two properties will be recognized by the classification of 1855 as Grand Cru Classé

At the beginning of the 20th century, Lynch-Moussas was bought by the Castéja family, who also owned Château Duhart-Milon at that time. It was not until 1970 that Emile Castéja inherited the property and took over its management.

Press briefings


Jancis Robinson


Gault & Millau


Falstaff Magazin


R. Gabriel


J. Suckling


Appearance: A black satin dress dresses this wine.

Aroma: Perfumes of black berries, leather, spices and toast.

Palate: The palate is ample, rich, powerful, perfectly balanced between a very intense fruity and a wooded adjusted and built on fine and racy tannins. The combination of elegance and strength that prolongs in a long final.

Serving: To serve at a temperature of 16 - 18°C.

Potential of guard: It is fit for aging, 2025.

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