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Chateau Lynch Moussas

What we know as Chateau Lynch Moussas was originally owned by Count Jean-Baptiste Lynch of Ireland in the 18th century. At the time, the estate was much larger than it is today. In fact, the Left Bank estate was so large in those days, it was eventually divided into two parts. Half of the estate gave birth to Chateau Lynch Bages. The remaining portion became Chateau Lynch Moussas.

The classically designed chateau was constructed in 1850. In 1919, Chateau Lynch Moussas was purchased by the Casteja family and its negociant arm, Borie Manoux, which owns numerous other Bordeaux estates in the Medoc and the Right Bank including Chateau Batailley and Chateau Trotte Vieille. At the time of the purchase, they also owned Chateau Duhart-Milon.

Starting in 1970, Emile Casteja began managing Lynch Moussas. However, it was a difficult task in those days as the Pauillac vineyards and estate had become completely dilapidated by that point in time. Less than 10 hectares remained under vine. In 1970, Chateau Lynch Moussas received a complete overhaul of the Medoc vineyards and winemaking facilities.
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  1. Chateau Lynch-Moussas 2021 (En Primeur - Delivery 2024)
    The 2018 Lynch-Moussas is super-expressive and very nicely woven together. Bright red berry fruit, floral notes and silky tannins give the wine striking persistence to match its understated personality. All the elements are impeccably balanced in a wine that is so ... Learn More
  2. Chateau Lynch Moussas 2018(Ex Chateau arrival time 4 months)
    The 2018 Lynch-Moussas is super-expressive and very nicely woven together. Bright red berry fruit, floral notes and silky tannins give the wine striking persistence to match its understated personality. All the elements are impeccably balanced in a wine that is so ... Learn More
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