Chateau Guiraud

Once a farm which we can still see some of the original parts of like the pigeonnier that dates from the 15th century, the estate was originally known as the noble house of Bayle and was owned by the Mons de Saint Poly Family. In 1766 a Bordeaux négociant named Pierre Guiraud purchased the estate and expanded it with the house and Protestant chapel, giving it the name Château Guiraud. Over 80 years three generations of the Guiraud family led the wine making activities at Château Guiraud to the prestige the estate has today, including its classification as a 1er Grand Cru Classe Sauternes in 1855.
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  1. Château Guiraud 2020 (En Primeur - HELD IN BOND)
    Spicy and intense with dried-apple, peach and some stone character. It’s medium-bodied and sweet, yet fresh and vivid. - James Suckling The Premier Grand Cru Classé Guiraud takes its name from the Bordeaux négociant Pierre Guiraud, who purchased ... Learn More
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  2. Château Guiraud 2020 (En Primeur - Delivery 2023)
    Spicy and intense with dried-apple, peach and some stone character. It’s medium-bodied and sweet, yet fresh and vivid. - James Suckling The Premier Grand Cru Classé Guiraud takes its name from the Bordeaux négociant Pierre Guiraud, who purchased ... Learn More
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