After a day of waiting, the press release fell.
It is the “Beauséjour Courtin” project which wins the bid, that is to say seven small hectares… But not just any.
Seven hectares (6.24 hectares planted to be exact), in the Saint-Emilion 1er Grand Cru Classé “B” appellation, located a stone's throw from the Angélus and Beau-Sejour Bécot châteaux.
The transaction, for an amount of 75 million euros, will allow Joséphine Duffau-Lagarrosse to return to the family property since 1847 - this is moreover one of the conditions for the attribution of the sale to the Courtin-Clarins. .
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This sale was the subject of a long saga that shook the usually very discreet environment of the Right Bank appellation.
What should have been a simple sale turned into a real twist, where several offers clashed.
It all dates back to July 2020. A majority of the 32 family shareholders of Château Beauséjour Héritiers Duffau-Lagarrosse (HDL) decided to
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