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One of the most stunning structures in the entire area, Château Sénéjac has a lengthy and intriguing past that spans more than five centuries. The first documented owner of the estate in the sixteenth century, Nicolas de Blois, planted the first vines. De Blois was succeeded by a number of other aristocrats and gentry as the owner of the land, but it wasn't until Lorraine Cordier, the proprietor of Château Talbot, bought the estate that the vines received fresh life.
The estate was to become known as one of the best in the Médoc crus, according to Cordier. After she passed away in 2011, her sister Nancy Bignon-Cordier and her three kids inherited the property.
The vineyard, which is sustainably farmed, contains the HVE certification.