Established initially in 1883 in Bordeaux as a wine merchant and acquisition bureau, the Sichel family became one of the first wine merchants to transition to wine producers in the region. In 1938 they joined with three other families to buy the infamous 'Chateau Palmer' (3rd Growth Cru Classé).
Today the Bordeaux holdings include vineyards on both left and right banks - producing excellent wines including the appellations of Graves, Margaux and St Emilion Grand Cru. Over the years they have expanded their holdings to include an estate in Corbieres in the South of France, and Chateau Angludet - a stunning estate in the prestigious Margaux appellation - producing wines of Cru Classé quality.
|Chateau Angludet from the air.||The seventh generation of the Sichel family.|