Château Sénéjac

Château Sénéjac sits at the southerly end of the Médoc, in the commune of Le Pian Médoc, surrounded by woodland, pasture and even a golf course. It is a large estate of 150 hectares, 39 of which are planted to vines, with 48% cabernet sauvignon, 37% merlot, 11% cabernet franc, and 4% petit verdot.

The property's history can be traced back over 400 years but it has been in the hands of the influential Cordier family since 1999. Quality has increased steadily in recent years and it is very much a property to watch in our view, as Alfred Tesseron, owner of revitalized Château Pontet-Canet, and his inspiring maître de chai, Jean-Michel Comme, are now advising in the cellar while Denis Dubourdieu brings his vast experience to bear as a consultant.

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