In 1966, Henri and Françoise Lévêque acquired a few plots of vines in the commune of Podensac in Bordeaux, France. After 40 years of patiently adding more plots, Château de Chantegrive is today one of the largest and most prestigious estates in the Graves appellation.
Château de Chantegrive, a vineyard of 227 acres, is planted in part to Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, producing one of the finest white wines of the Graves appellation. This selection is vinified in stainless steel using modern techniques, including sur lie aging and batonnage in tank for 5 months.
Château Chantegrive is a member of the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux.