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Chateau Beychevelle has a viking ship with a creature on the
front - the guardian of Dionysos' wine crater in Greek mythology - but
what is it?
A griffin - Beychevelle was the fief of the Dukes of Epernon, during the reign of Henri III, including an admiral in the french navy. It's said that, as sea captains sailed past the Chateau, they would lower their sails to show their allegiance to this powerful man.
Clos Fourtet, of St-Emillion, is a premier grand cru classe, true or false?
Which Margaux Chateau has a wine production of 300,000 bottles?
Chateau Pichon-Longueville is undoubtedly one of Bordeaux's most striking chateaux, with a fairytale architecture, but when was it built?
Chateau Peymartin is the second wine of which Saint-Julien winery?
Which of these is the odd one out?
Chateau La Cabanne - the other two are in the Pessac-Leognan appellation.
Who is Patrick Maroteaux?
He is the owner of Chateau Branaire-Ducru
Out of these appellations, which is the largest?
Saint-Emillion is the largest with 5,500 hectares under vine - more than Margaux, St-Julien, St-Estephe and Pauillac put together!
In the 3rd century B.C a celtic tribe founded the city of Bordeaux - what did they call it?
Bordeaux's en primeur week originally existed so that Royal visitors, Kings and Queens, could be the first to taste the new vintage. True or false?