The winery is currently under the careful guidance of Marie-Lyn Bodin and her husband, Abel. It was started by Marie-Lynn’s grandfather, Edouard Batailley, who had bought some vineyard plots in the late 1920s. Marie-Lynn’s father, André Batailley, succeeded Edouard, to head the chateau and both expanded the vineyard surface area and modernized the vinification process. As a result of the hard work and effort of Marie-Lyn’s father and grandfather, she was able to continue their passion and took control of the estate in 1993. Chateau Granins is located in Moulis-en-Medoc. This lesser known appellation is sandwiched between the St. Julien and Pauillac appellations to the north and Margaux to the south. Furthermore, the estate’s 14 hectares of vineyard in the hamlet of Grand Poujeaux, are between two very famous cru’s of the same appellation, Chateau Poujeaux and Chateau Chasse Spleen. Their vineyards have gravel and clay-limestone soils, and their typical blend is 45% Merlot, 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 10% Petit Verdot.
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