Château Cheval Blanc, located in the Saint-Émilion appellation of Bordeaux, France, is an iconic winery owned by LVMH (Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton) and Albert Frère. Regarded as one of the premier estates in Bordeaux, Château Cheval Blanc has received consistent acclaim from wine critics. Renowned critic Robert Parker has praised their wines as "spellbinding" and "stunningly rich and concentrated." Wine Spectator has also lauded their offerings, describing them as "powerful, complex, and beautifully structured."
Château Cheval Blanc holds the classification of Premier Grand Cru Classé A in the official classification of Saint-Émilion, the highest classification for vineyards in the region. This classification system is specific to the Saint-Émilion region and was last revised in 2012.
Some of the finest wines produced by Château Cheval Blanc include their grand vin, Château Cheval Blanc, known for its exceptional elegance, aromatic complexity, and the potential for long aging. The estate also produces a second wine called Le Petit Cheval, which offers a more accessible and approachable expression of their winemaking expertise.
With its prestigious ownership and outstanding wines, Château Cheval Blanc stands as a symbol of excellence in Bordeaux, captivating wine lovers around the world with their timeless and extraordinary expressions of the vine.