Château Lousteauneuf

Chateau Lousteauneuf was classified as Cru Bourgeois in 1932 but after revision in 2003, it was reclassified as Cru Bourgeois Superieur. The Segond family bought this estate in 1962, replanted the vineyards with new vines and expanded the vineyard to 15 hectares. Now son Bruno is owner of this estate, bringing with him dynamic and innovative techniques. He is also employing the services of famous Bordeaux left-bank consultant Olivier Dauga.



2, route de Lousteauneuf, 33340 Valeyrac, France







Wines from this Winery

Chateau Lousteauneuf Le Petit Lousteau

Deep purple with a ruby tinge, this wine has black cherry, plum, black currant and licorice characteristics on the nose. A very charming wine, elegant and rounded with soft tannins and a nice fruit mouthfeel of black cherry, plum and cassis. This wine is partly matured in American oak, bringing lovely vanilla characteristics to the finish.  

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Chateau Lousteauneuf

 This wine is a deep, lustrous, dark red color with delicate aromas of spice and blackcurrant fruits on the nose. A wonderful, full-bodied, well- balanced wine, with good tannic structure and beautiful smooth and seductive fruit and vanilla flavors.  

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