Established in the 6th century, the Baronnie du Breuil is the oldest vineyard in the Médoc wine region. Purchased by the Vialard family in 1985, Château du Breuil vineyard benefits from an outstanding location situated adjacent to Chateau-Cissac. It prospers in a valley dominated by the Château Lafite on one side and by Château Cos d’Estournel on the other. Recognised as a cru bourgeois in 1932, its status was confirmed in 2008.Established in the 6th century, the Baronnie du Breuil is the oldest vineyard in the Médoc wine region. Purchased by the Vialard family in 1985, Château du Breuil vineyard benefits from an outstanding location situated adjacent to Chateau-Cissac. It prospers in a valley dominated by the Château Lafite on one side and by Château Cos d’Estournel on the other. Dark and deep palate of bittersweet chocolate, mulberry and ripe blackberry with earthy notes of caramel, smoke and leather. Floral hints of violets and chamomile. Beautiful structure, well integrated mellow tannins and a long finish.