Clos Haut-Peyraguey

Sauternes

1er Grand cru classé

Outstanding Service

The Quatuor in English

The tour includes a historic review of the Estate, followed by a stop in the vines to discover the appellation and the terroir from the highest spot of Bommes hills. After a detailed explanation of how things are done at the vineyard, a visit of the cellar will teach you how the wine is made. You will then be able to taste the 4 Grands Crus Classés by Bernard Magrez. (Château Pape-Clément, Château Fombrauge, Château La Tour Carnet, Clos Haut-Peyraguey)

99€ per person
  •   2 hours
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Group tour and wine tasting

Discovery Tour in English

The tour includes a historic review of the Estate, followed by a stop in the vines to discover the appellation and the terroir from the highest spot of Bommes hills. After a detailed explanation of how things are done at the vineyard, a visit of the cellar will teach you how the wine is made. You will then be able to taste 3 wines, including the First Growth classified in 1855. You can buy the wine directly from the Estate.

12€ per person
  •   1 hour
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Gourmet Tour

Wine Tour & Cheese and Wine Pairing in English

The tour includes a historic review of the Estate, followed by a stop in the vines to discover the appellation and the terroir from the highest spot of Bommes hills. After a detailed explanation of how things are done at the vineyard, a visit of the cellar will teach you how the wine is made. You will then be able to taste 3 wines, including the First Growth classified in 1855 paired with 3 cheeses. You can buy the wine directly from the Estate.

35€ per person
  •   1h30
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Our historie

The name Peyraguey means hills or promontory. First growth classified in 1855, the Clos is an ancient barony acquired in the 18th century by the President of the Bordeaux Parliament, guillotined at the Revolution. The estate was then acquired by Monsieur Lafaurie under the name, Pichard-Lafaurie. Between 1864 and 1879, the property changed hands from Monsieur Saint Rieul Dupouy to Comte Duchatel. When the count’s legacy was divided up in 1879, the estate was split in two: one part was called Lafaurie-Peyraguey as a tribute to Monsieur Lafaurie, who had brought renown and prestige, while the higher land atop the Bommes hill was named Clos Haut-Peyraguey. It was this land that was purchased by a Parisian chemist, Monsieur Grillon. In 1914, Eugène Garbay, Jacques Pauly’s great grandfather, purchased the Clos Haut-Peyraguey with Fernand Ginestet (he was already the owner of the Château Haut-Bommes). Several years later,

Monsieur Ginestet left his share to the family business. Eugène Garbay offered both properties to his grandsons, Bernard and Pierre, who exploited both properties for many years.In 2012, Clos Haut-Peyraguey was purchased by Bernard Magrez with the intention of perpetuating the excellence of its Sauternes wines but also to enhance its international renown.

Our wines

Last name Sales price Guide Taste profile Aging potential
Clos Haut-Peyraguey 40 à 50 €Complexe et liquoreux10 à 20 ans
Symphonie de Haut-Peyraguey20 à 30 €Complexe et liquoreux10 à 15 ans

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