Globally recognized as the finest of the Médoc Super Seconds, Château Léoville Las Cases oftentimes outperforms the First Growths. This substantial estate spreads across the gravelly-clay soils with 98-hectares of vines unfolding beside the Saint-Julien village. The château has remained under the Delon family’s reign since the late 19th century. Léoville Las Cases is the largest but not the sole property of Jean-Hubert Delon, the family also owns two other châteaux, Potensac in Médoc and Nénin in Pomerol. These powerful Saint-Julien wines are Cabernet Sauvignon dominated blends with 18 months of new-oak barrel aging. The innovative vinification methods, specifically the use of lower-temperature fermentation gives the wines a Léoville Las Cases flair – adding rich and exotic aromas. This quality-attentive winery produces the Grand Vin from only the greatest terroirs, making the wine an imitable Bordeaux.