The estate has a history dating back to at least 1712 and is named after the three crosses on a nearby 12th century church.In 1995 it was bought by a Patrick L;eon who had previously worked at Chateau Mouton Rothschild as well as estates in Chile and California. It is now run by his son Bertrand. It is located 86 metres above sea level on the Fronsac plateau and has 15 hectares under vine
Two and a half glasses
Simultaneously gorgeous and handsome. Big nose of spice and cedar box up front... backed by blackcurrants. Full-bodied, big & long tannins, well-balanced. Long finish.
Recently drank a bottle from 2001 and it is very tired and well past its best - if it ever was good. The flavours were absent and dead.