Located in the heart of the Médoc region, Château Laujac covers 75 hectares of vines. Following the phylloxera and the terrible frosts of 1956, only 8 hectares of vines remained when passionate winemaker Bernard Crus, whose family also own Château d’Issan in Margaux, took over the management of the estate in 1957. He undertook the revival of the vineyards, modernization of the cellar and renovation of the buildings. Today his daughter Vanessa and son-in-law, René-Philippe Duboscq are running the estate. The Tylers and Bricklayers Wine Committee purchased a parcel of the acclaimed 2018 vintage, which will be served at a Livery function after a few more years in the cellar. Why not enjoy this mature vintage for a taste of what’s to come.