Domaine Croizet Bages

Domaine Croizet Bages is a renowned winery located in the prestigious Bordeaux region of France. Situated in Pauillac, it is part of the iconic Left Bank, which is known for producing some of the world's finest wines.

The estate has a rich history that dates back to the 17th century when it was originally established as a farm. In the early 19th century, the property was acquired by the Croizet family, who transformed it into a vineyard and began producing wines of exceptional quality. The estate's name, "Croizet Bages," is derived from the combination of the family name and the local area of Bages.

The estate encompasses approximately 20 hectares (49 acres) of vineyards, planted with predominantly Cabernet Sauvignon vines. The winemaking philosophy at Domaine Croizet Bages focuses on traditional techniques combined with modern advancements, allowing for the expression of the terroir and the grapes' natural characteristics.

The flagship wine of Domaine Croizet Bages is the Château Croizet Bages, a classified growth in the official Bordeaux classification system. This prestigious designation signifies the exceptional quality and consistency of the wine produced by the estate.

In addition to the Château Croizet Bages, the winery also produces a second wine called "La Croix du Domaine Croizet Bages." This wine offers a more approachable and affordable option while still maintaining the estate's commitment to quality and excellence.

The wines of Domaine Croizet Bages are highly sought after by wine enthusiasts and collectors around the world. They are characterized by their deep, concentrated flavors, refined tannins, and the ability to age gracefully over many years.