Château La Haye
Saint-Estèphe - Cru Bourgeois
Since the first Crus Bourgeois du Médoc classification in 1932, the Château La Haye has been classified as a Cru Bourgeois Supérieur. It is at the heart of the Saint-Estèphe vines, over the course of many seasons, that the team has been paying close attention to the evolutions of the vineyard. This continuous labour allows our vintages to express themselves as candidly as possible about the “terroir”.
Château La Haye has been aiming for Grand Crus excellence since 2012, which has been a year of reference for our wine. After being aged in French oak barrels for 12 to 18 months, its only natural that Elegance and a beautiful complex aroma characterize the wine. The notes of dark fruit with spices are being carried with long tannins, promising long-keeping wines.
Le Cèdre de Château La Haye
Multiple grape varieties are cultivated, bringing complexity to our wines: cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc, merlot, petit verdot and since shortly, malbec.
The “Cuvée Le Cèdre" enjoys as much care as the “grand vin” Château La Haye. Aged in barrels of two uses for the grand vin, the tannins and savoury fruits bring an harmonious wine , accessible and easy to enjoy in its youth.
The Château Bel Air differentiates from the Cèdre de La Haye by being aged in the fermenting vat.
Freshness and fruit are what to look for while offering this wine. A light woody-taste allows the grapes sweetness to this pleasurable wine.
Majesté de Château La Haye
This micro-cuve of 4.000 bottles is the best of expressions of the quality work from Château La Haye. Majesté is only produced during the best vintages and bares the fruit of careful selection on three levels: best parcels, best fermenting vats and lastly, best French oak barrels.
An 18-month aging in new barrels allows this great, long-keeping wine to reveal a magnificent aromatic complexity, all while merging rich tannins, promising the finest wine over the years to come.