Chateau Semeillan Mazeau
At one time there was only one large Château Semeillan, which was one of the oldest and most important growths in Listrac Médoc. In 1932 Château Semeillan was classified Crus Bourgeois from Listrac Médoc. After the death of the owner, Monsieur Holstein, in 1938, the domain was divided among his three daughters, the ladies Mazeau, Balleu and Bibian. Thus arose Château Semeillan Mazeau.
Region/Terroir: Médoc-sub region of Listrac Médoc.
The elevated position of Château Semeillan Mazeau with westerly winds has a great advantage because there is no need to use chemicals in the handling of the vineyards. Since 2004 it bears the certificate "Agriculture raisonnée" (biologic/organic), certifying the use of organic practices. The 14 hectares of vines have an average age of 30 years.