Château de Lussac
Location: Lussac, in the Gironde departement of France (Aquitaine Region).
Ownership / Access: Vineyard.
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Notes: The Chateau de Lussac is a vineyard of 30 hectares located in the commune of Lussac, in the department of Gironde, France; there is a product AOC Lussac-Saint-Emilion, part of the appellation of Saint-Emilion satellites believed. Located in the heart of the village, the Château de Lussac is easily visible in its architecture. The building was built in 1876 Gascon Montouroy. The central building is inspired by classical buildings in vogue in France from the nineteenth and two pavilions flanking the central body topped with a monumental pediment inspired, meanwhile, Renaissance. The property then passed to his brother, Marquis of Sercey, whose progeny managed the estate until 1980. Then, about 15 years, management is in the hands of Olivier Roussel. Bought in 2000 by Griet and Hervé Laviale, Château de Lussac has extensive renovation. A remarkable circular vat is especially equipped. The 30 ha thirty rooted on clay-limestone ridges, naturally well drained and exposed. The grape varieties include 77% Merlot and 23% Cabernet Franc.
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