Château Lynch Moussas included Lynch Bages when it was founded in the 18th century. Since the 1960s the estate has known a revival and the wines have improved in quality. Using a higher porportion of Merlot, the wines are usually softer than other Pauillac.
Rich in black fruits with vanilla notes. Soft and delicateon the palate with fine tannins and an elegantly lifted finish. DWM April 2017
French still red wine from Pauillac Bordeaux France, made with Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Château Lynch Moussas took its name from his owner, the Comte Lynch in the 18th century. It was later divided in two parts; Lynch Moussas and Lynch Bages. In 1919 Mr Jean Casteja owner of Château Duhart-Milon bought the estate until 1969 when his borther Emile took over. Emile modernised the cellar and renewed the vineyards. Today his son Philippe is in charge of the estate alongside negociant Borie-Manoux, producer of Chateau Batailley. View our selection.
The 57 hectares is planted with 70% Cabernet Sauvignon and 30% Merlot, averaging 30 years old vine. Wines are matured for 14 to 18 months in oak barrel of which 60% is new.
Two wines are made on the estate, the grand vin Château Lynch Moussas and the second vin Les Hauts de Lynch Moussas.