Château Léoville-Barton

Château Léoville Barton. A great lady and some great wines: Lilian Barton descends from one of the oldest families in the Médoc region whose history is tied to Ireland. Her ancestor, Thomas Barton, established himself as a trader in the Bordeaux region in 1722, becoming a wine merchant and taking ownership of the Château de Léoville, archetype of the region’s eighteenth century style with a park and a French formal garden, surrounded by vines. Exceptional vintages, whose wines are classified as vintage years since 1900, the Château Léoville Barton’s wine is one for aging. They also produce a premier wine, the Réserve Léoville Barton. Free visits by appointment.