Cháteau Liversan

Cháteau Liversan was the property of the Marquis de Latresne in the 18th century, through whom the estate acquired a grand sense of nobility.

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It was acquired by Prince Guy de Polignac in 1984 and later by the Lapalu family in 1995. Located in Saint-Sauveur next to Pauillac and the forest, the estate has a North/South exposure, an altitude of 42,65 ft., and integrated viticulture with controlled grass cover and weeding between the rows – one row in two is laboured. The fine travel top soils on the plot’s limestone plateau serve as excellent filter for vine root development. All of this leads to a brilliant glass of  Haut-Médoc you will savor with all of your senses.