Château Baulos-Charmes is situated in the heart of the Graves’ Pessac-Léognan region, celebrated for its powerful minerally red wines and luscious dry whites.
The château takes its name from its 1792 owners, the Baulos family - Bordeaux wine brokers. The vineyard has existed since 1762, and over the centuries has seen different owners: the Baulos family, then the Lafitte family (from 1827-1948). During the 1950s, it was diminished and finally fell into disuse in 1983. Today it is enjoying a new life under current owner, Sean Matthys-Meynard, who acquired it in 2000, quickly gaining a reputation as a producer of fruit-forward, elegant red wines that show a subtle mix of power, delicacy, and refinement.