Historically, a good number of chateaux in the Medoc produced a white wine primarily destined for their own consumption or receptions. This was the case for Château Lagrange until the beginning of the sixties. Then, due to the bad economic situation at the time, production of this wine was abandoned. The tradition was revived starting with the 1997 vintage, and a dry white wine (AOC Bordeaux) was put on the Bordeaux market called “Les Arums De Lagrange”. Soil: Homogeneous sandy gravel. Surface: 6 hectares. Location: Cussac Fort Médoc. Grape varieties: 60% Sauvignon Blanc / 20% Sémillon / 20% Sauvignon Gris. Traditional vinification. No malolactic fermentation. Ageing of 6 months in 20% new oak. Ageing Potential – 3 to 5 years.