Château d'Arsac

+33 5 56 58 83 90 1 Allée Comte
ARSAC, 33460
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It is quite possible to combine tradition with modernity and to be a Bordeaux château owner-wine trader and a contemporary art lover. For proof of this, just go to Château d'Arsac, set a few miles from La Winery. Bought by Philippe Raoux in 1986 when it was in ruins, this winemaking estate has been restored to its rightful place among the elite after a bold renovation plan. It now has 112 hectares (54 of which are in the Margaux AOC). The estate is also home to a collection of works of art by the greatest contemporary artists - Niki de Saint-Phalle, Claude Viallat, Bernard Pagès, Vincent Monthier, Jean-Pierre Raynaud, Bernar Venet…) - propelling the château into the spotlight of modernity. When he also set up La Winery, where art and wine merge together, Philippe Raoux was merely extending his philosophy. – Description from LA WINERY

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