Château la Haye


Château la Haye

1 rue de Saint Afrique, Leyssac
33180 St Estèphe

+33 5 56 59 32 18
+33 5 56 59 33 22

GPS coordinates
45.24164409999999 / -0.7869599000000562
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Château la Haye

Official Vintage Selection
Gravel clay limestone
Surface area
16 ha
Planting density
Grape variety
Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot
Age of the vines
Oldest 50 years

Stainless steel vats
12 to 14 months in oak barrels
By hand

90 000 bottles per year
Languages spoken
French, English, French, English, French, English
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Chris Cardon

One word to describe my wine
We want to express our terroir

The history of the Château
The estate has a very old history of nearly 450 years. Its first particularity is to be part of a vineyard from the beginning which is not the case from most of the estates today. Constituted in 1557, the vineyard of Château La Haye is a site full of history and the legend tells that the residence has sheltered Henri II and Diane de Poitiers, during their hunting appointments. You can find a souvenir of this period above the entrance door, where the interlaced initials of the two lovers are curved into the stones. This symbol now serves as the famous royal monogram to decorate the wine labels of Château La Haye. Consolidated in 1557, Château La Haye's terroir is full of history. Legend has it that Henry II of France and Diane de Poitiers used the estate for some of their trysts. Vestiges of this era can be found above the main entrance. The initials of the two lovers are intertwined in stone to form the famous royal monogram which decorates Château La Haye's labels.

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