Nowhere does the word Château in its noblest sense ring as true as it does at Beychevelle.
The elegance of its classical architecture makes it a jewel in the crown of the Médoc, coveted since its creation by the powerful families who have successively marked the economic, political and cultural life of Bordeaux and the region.
Jean-Louis Nogaret de la Valette. This Admiral and Governor of Guyenne was all-powerful; according to legend, the boats that passed before his Château had to lower their sails as a sign of allegiance.
of the Château, the ship with a prow in the shape of a griffin guarding Dionysus' cellar.
at the end of the 19th century, Château Beychevelle has recently been restored to its original splendour.
Classical in its lines, the imposing façade, topped with a majestic triangular pediment and with wings
on each side, is embellished with volutes and vases that give it an exuberantly baroque appearance.
Today owned by Grands Millésimes de France (Castel and Suntory Groups), Château Beychevelle offers a unique setting for the organisation of prestigious events.