About This Wine...
Château Les Trois Croix was taken over by Patrick Léon and family in 1995. Their objective was to produce quality and they had simply fallen in love with the idea of living in Fronsac!
The estate is named “Les Trois Croix” (three crosses) by reference to the three church towers in the three villages, on whose territory the estate’s vines grow: Fronsac, Saillans and Saint-Aignan. The vineyard is situated on one of the highest pieces of ground in the Fronsac area (80 metres above sea-level), and enjoys remarkable views over the valley of the river Isle – the Saint-Emilion and Pomerol vineyards can also be seen. Château Les Trois Croix is one of the very old properties in the area – the date 1712 can be seen on the keystone of the cellar doorway.
Also available as part of a six bottle mixed case of Right Bank Bordeaux reds, for more please click here.