The Tour de Luchey is an estate of 16.31 hactares, predominantly planted with Merlot vines on the silty banks of the Dordogne River across from St-Emilion. These vines are 40 years old and produce grapes with an old vine richness.
Located on the banks of the Dordogne River, the Château Tour de Luchey property includes the medieval tower used centuries ago by the “luchey,” which in old French refers to the King’s usher. His job was to check the payload of ships leaving the port of Bordeaux taking goods to the King. The estate has been in the same family for five generations.