A tiny property of many small plots totalling 5 hectares, these vineyards are favourably situated on gravel hilltops in the Beychevelle hamlet. The vines rub shoulders with world-famous names: Léovilles Barton and Las Cases, Gruaud-Larose, and Ducru-Beaucaillou. The blend in 2020 was 60% Cabernet Sauvignon, with 40% Merlot, now ageing one third in new barrels. This is very deep purple-ruby, with rich, open fruitiness on the nose. Palate is immediately attractive, with dense middle, gentle tannins and well-balanced finish (for drinking 2024-2032+).