Château Rauzan Segla | Nicolas Audebert
The story of Château Rauzan-Ségla starts in 1661 when Pierre Rauzan, guided by his visionary eye, acquires land next to Château Margaux. This great Bordeaux wine merchant recognized the exceptional terroir that, nurtured by generations that succeeded him, was to gain an excellent reputation worldwide. This was confirmed in the famous 1855 classification, when the château was included among the second growths.
Since 1994, Chanel led a complete renovation of this jewel. Each day, men and women of the estate carry on their quest for precision to create a delicate but remarkably complex wine. Its rich nectar exudes subtle fragrances of red and black fruit. The texture is unctuous and refined, a smoothness on the palate. A wine always more faithful to the Margaux appellation