Château Lynch-Moussas, a family story going back 100 years.

Ranked as a Pauillac Grand Cru Classé in the 1855 classification, Château Lynch-Moussas was acquired by Jean Castéja in 1919 and has been one of the jewels of the family properties for a century. Passed down to his son Émile, and then by him to his daughter Chantal and his son Philippe, the estate has benefited from the attentions of each generation of the Castéja family, who have cared for, developed, modernised and enhanced this Grand Cru d’Excellence.

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An outstanding vineyard located in a world-renowned terroir.

The vineyard of Château Lynch-Moussas stretches over 62 hectares in the appellations of Pauillac and Haut-Médoc. Made up of 75% Cabernet Sauvignon and 25% Merlot, it has been nurtured with meticulous care for 100 years, which enables it today to perform at the highest levels alongside the greatest Pauillac growths.

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Savoir-faire: from the vines to the bottling.

At each stage of the wine production process, whether in the vineyard working the soils and tending the vines; or in the cellars, vinifying and ageing the wines and packaging the bottles, our teams perform their tasks with skill and passion and the deepest respect for our terroir and natural environment.

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An experienced team with diverse profiles.

Managed by Philippe Castéja, the estate’s team is made up of twenty staff with complementary skills. They perform their work either at the estate in Pauillac or at our offices in Bordeaux.
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Two wines
of distinct
character.

In order to exploit the full richness of the estate’s terroir, Émile and Philippe Castéja created in 2001 a Second Wine to go alongside their “Grand Vin” Château Lynch-Moussas, a Pauillac Grand Cru Classé classified in 1855. This Second Wine, produced under the Haut-Médoc appellation, is called “Les Hauts de Lynch-Moussas” and is made from the estate’s youngest vines, planted on the small hill overlooking the Château.

See the main vintages of our wines and their characteristics.

  1. [Primeur] Château Lynch-Moussas 2020

    For the 2020 vintage, Château Lynch-Moussas will keep its engraved bottle made on the occasion of the 100 years of acquisition by the Castéja family (1919-2019), and will (…)

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