Listing wineries in the Médoc region of Bordeaux and informational resources relevant to Médoc wine and its regions.

Brane Cantenac
Margaux estate. Presents vineyards, harvest, cellar, wines. [Flash required].
Chateau Durfort Vivens
Information and news on this estate located in Margaux. [Flash required].
Chateau Larose Trintaudon
Haut-Médoc. Includes history, vintages, and news.
Chateau Soudars
Haut-Médoc estate located north of Saint-Estephe. Includes descriptions of the winery and the vineyards. [Flash required]
Château Beaumont
A Cru Bourgeois. Includes an extensive property history, along with descriptions of the wines, château, and vineyards.
Château Boyd-Cantenac
Margaux classified growth. Presents history, production methods, technical data and information on vintages.
Château Brillette
Cru Bourgeois in Moulis en Médoc. Contains product information, a description of production methods, winemaker notes, excerpts of reviews, and a property history.
Château Cantenac-Brown
Margaux third growth that also produces Château Canuet and Château Brown Lamartine. Includes a property history and description, along with detailed product descriptions. [Flash required]
Château Castera
Médoc cru bourgeois, Includes news, vintages, and vinification.
Château Chasse-Spleen
Praised by poets Baudelaire and Lord Byron, the products of this Third Growth Grand Cru are among the Medoc's most famous.
Château Cos d'Estournel
One of only two second growths in Saint-Estèphe. Includes product details, a history of the property, vineyard descriptions, and information about their museum.
Château d'Agassac
A cru bourgeois in the Haut-Médoc, near Ludon. The vineyards cover 38 hectares.
Château d'Issan
Tradition has it that, in the Middle Ages, Issan wines were served at the wedding of Eleanor of Aquitaine and Henry Plantagenet.
Château Deyrem Valentin
Margaux producer : history, the wines, news.
Château Ducru-Beaucaillou
The owner talks about vintage 2004 [requires Flash]. Text available in PDF format.
Château Ferriere
With an eight hectare vineyard, this winery is the Medoc's smallest Cru Classé.
Château Haut Bages Libéral
Fifth classified growth of Pauillac, located next to Château Latour. Libéral is the name of the family who built up this property during the 18th century.
Château La Gurgue
A cru Bourgeois in Margaux, with 10 hectares of vineyards. Contains product information, reviews, and a property history.
Château Labégorce
Margaux. Features history, harvest notes, vinification, and vintages.
Château Lafon-Rochet
One of the five Grands Crus Classés in the appellation of St. Estèphe.
Château Lagrange
Production methods, whether in the vineyards or in the cellars, combine tradition and modern methods.
Château Latour
Producers of Bordeaux.
Château Les Ormes de Pez
Some very old elm trees gave their name to this property, which dates back to the 18th century.
Château Lynch-Bages
Located just outside the city of Pauillac, overlooking the Gironde estuary, on one of the most beautiful gravelly outcrops in the appellation.
Château Léoville Poyferré
Saint-Julien second growth. Presents domain history, terroir and production methods.
Château Malescot St.-Exupéry
Margaux estate. Presents history, terroir and wines [Flash required].
Château Margaux
Classified among the premier crus, with the unique privilege in Bordeaux of bearing the name of its appellation d'origine.
Château Maucaillou
Moulis. Includes history, wines, and contacts.
Château Montrose
Saint-Estèphe second growth. Features history and wines.
Château Moulin à Vent
Producer in Moulis en Médoc. Includes product information, vineyard details, and pictures. [Flash required]
Château Méric
Médoc cru bourgeois. Features online ordering, vineyard information, and an award list.
Château Noaillac
Médoc cru bourgeois. Includes vintages, history, visiting hours, and location.
Château Palmer
Margaux third growth. Includes information about the estate, vineyards, winemaking, and wines, including tasting notes for many vintages.
Château Paloumey
Produces Chateau Paloumey in the Haut-Medoc, Chateau La Garricq in Moulis-en Medoc, and Chateau La Bessane in Margaux. Contains information about the wines, vineyards, and vinification along with reviews and an award list.
Château Pichon-Longueville
Located between Saint-Julien and Pauillac, covering 60 hectares along the "Route des Châteaux". [Flash required.]
Château Pontet-Canet
One of the biggest wine estates in the Médoc, created in 1750.
Château Pouget
Fourth cru classé Margaux. Features history, wines, and contact information.
Château Preuillac
Owned by the wine merchant firm Yvon Mau. Médoc cru bourgeois. Features wines and company information.
Château Rousseau de Sipian
Recently reconstituted 9 hectares vineyard. Photos of the restored château and list of wines.
Château Siran
Margaux. Features history, wine making technology, vintages, and news.
Château Talbot
Classified growth of Saint-Julien. Includes technical notes, gallery, press, and contacts.
Châteaux Langoa & Léoville Barton
Presents these two Saint-Julien second growths. History, vine, tasting notes.
Compagnie Vinicole Edmond de Rothschild
Owns Chateau Clarke, Chateau Malmaison, and Chateau Peyre-Lebade. Contains information about each estate, a virtual tour, a downloadable newsletter, and online ordering.
Michel Lynch
Wines personally endorsed by Jean-Michel Cazes, owner of Château Lynch-Bages.
Médoc Wines
Official guide with a directory of châteaux, region history, appellations, crus and classifications, and news.
Saransot Dupré
Listrac-Médoc cru bourgeois. Presents the estate and wine.
Vignobles Marie-Laure Lurton
Presents three Médoc estates including Château Duplessis (Moulis). Sections on history, technical information and tasting notes. [Flash required.]

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