SUMMARYThe history of wine production at Chateau Lynch-Bages starts in the 16th century but it was not until 1749 when Thomas Lynch, an Irish merchant, acquired Chateau Lynch-Bages that production really began in earnest. Despite not being a local, the wine produced by Lynch was of great quality and was classified as one of the fifth growths at the prestigious 1855 Classification as part of the Exposition Universelle de Paris. Now in the hands of manager Franck Debrais and oenologist Nicolas Labenne, and his team, Chateau Lynch-Bages produces some of the worlds best wines from its 90 hectares. Château Lynch-Bages is arguably most famous for its eponymous red wine, of which around 20,000 cases are made each year.
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