The grapes used to produce this wine have undergone rigorous selection, which has made it possible to achieve a wine of very satisfactory quality. Intense color with purple highlights. Floral and fruity aromas with dominant plum and black currant, delicate notes of caramel, vanilla and licorice. Fresh and soft on the palate with a long, fruity finish, light, tannin structure.
Château Peyre-Lebade offers a rich historical heritage, marked by several famous personalities. The first traces of viticulture on the site come from the Cistercian monks of Vertheuil Abbey in the 12th century. Centuries later, in 1835, Bertrand Redon, father of the great painter Odilon Redon, bought the Peyre-Lebade estate. Odilon Redon lived and painted most of his most famous paintings in this estate. His works reflect the charm of the place as well as his commitment to family property. In 1979 the property was derelict and was taken over by Baron Edmond de Rothschild, who already owned the neighboring Château Clarke vineyards in Listrac and Château Malmaison in Moulis. Since then, Château Peyre-Lebade has undergone great changes in cultivation and quality under the direction of Baron Edmond.