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Château Larcis Ducasse

Château Larcis Ducasse

Le Château Larcis Ducasse embodies the delicacy of Saint-Emilion's finest nectars. In existence since the 17th century, it has belonged to the Gratiot-Attmane family since 1893. They entrusted its management in 2002 to the duo Nicols Thienpont and David Suire, advised by oenologists Stéphane Derenoncourt and Julien Lavenu. Read more

Château Larcis Ducasse

Together, they succeed in extracting the quintessence of a terroir with exceptional potential, by reconciling field study, traditional methods and technical innovation. 

The Château Larcis Ducasse was promoted to Premier Grand Cru Classé in 2012, during the 6th Saint-Emilion classification. 

The Château Larcis Ducasse is planted on 12 hectares of vines on three distinct terroirs: a clay-limestone plateau, colluvial clay-limestone soils on the hillside, and clay-limestone terraces with predominantly south-facing exposure. The grape varieties are 85% Merlot and 15% Cabernet franc. The wines are aged for 16 to 18 months in 225- to 500-liter French oak barrels, 70% of which are new.

The estate produces a Second wine, Murmure de Larcis Ducasse.

The Château Larcis Ducasse delivers seductive, complex and velvety wines. The quality of its great terroir lends them a singular breed.