Chateau Cissac

A selection of wines from Château Cissac from the Médoc in France.

The chateau is of a particular architectural style, Chartreuse of the 18th century and is probably on the site of a Roman Villa. Château Cissac is in the heart of the Médoc - it is predominanty planted with Cabernet Sauvignon which produces rich, expressive wines. It is owned by the Vialard family and the wines are produced by the daughter and grand daughter of the great Louis Vialard who worked so hard to create this outstanding wine.

The wines are solid in structure and built to last as well as being able to be appreciated whilst relatively young. They are highly regarded by great critics like Robert Parker who often describes them as masculine and muscular.

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Chateau Cissac

A selection of wines from Château Cissac from the Médoc in France.

The chateau is of a particular architectural style, Chartreuse of the 18th century and is probably on the site of a Roman Villa. Château Cissac is in the heart of the Médoc - it is predominanty planted with Cabernet Sauvignon which produces rich, expressive wines. It is owned by the Vialard family and the wines are produced by the daughter and grand daughter of the great Louis Vialard who worked so hard to create this outstanding wine.

The wines are solid in structure and built to last as well as being able to be appreciated whilst relatively young. They are highly regarded by great critics like Robert Parker who often describes them as masculine and muscular.

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