Haut-Medoc has been separated from Medoc’s appellation since 1936. It is a vast area of almost 4,000 ha which covers the central and southern part of the Medoc
peninsula. Haut-Medoc represents a cultivated surface of approximately one third of the Left Bank’s total vineyard.
Six other appellations including Margaux, Pauillac, Saint-Julien and Saint-Estèphe are enclaved in the district’s center. The diversity of its soils makes Haut-Medoc a representative example of the diversity of the greater Medoc’s terroir.
There are places where wine is ingrained, where wine has a pre-destiny. Château t in Haut-Médoc is just such a place. This magnificent estate nestled between two grand crus classés from Margaux dates back to 1730. Just like his great-grandfather, his grandfather and his father, the present owner, Jean Sorge, carries on the ritual with his two daughters, Sylvie and Christelle, in total harmony with the terroir, the wines, the cellars… tradition and innovation to continually provide greater and greater quality to lovers of wine. Consulting wine-making : Hubert de Bouard (Château Angelus).