Home 1855 Classification 1855 Classification Anson: See who’s promoted in new Liv-ex ‘1855 classification’ Jane Anson analyses Liv-ex's new version of Bordeaux hierarchy... Bordeaux copyrights 1855 under European law Bordeaux châteaux have copyrighted the term '1855' in the EU to deter others from misusing it in a wine context... Liv-ex new 1855 classification: Domaine de Chevalier, Haut Bailly gain The 1855 Classification: on the mark or marketing ploy? The 1855 classification of the Médoc has never been revised. Benjamin Lewin MW asks whether it still expresses the true quality of each château or if it’s now just a marketing ploy 1855 Chateaux Bottle Labels 1855 Bordeaux chateaux in pictures The official 1855 Bordeaux classification See the list of chateaux in the famous 1855 classification... Jean-Guillaume Prats: The 1855 Classification I view the 1855 classification as an aristocratic title. You are born a duke, baron or prince because one of your ancestors behaved as such before you. Whether or not you deserve the title today is a non-issue. But you would certainly not be regarded as such by a wider audience if you did not act as an aristocrat, with the appropriate behaviour.