Château Julien


This Haut-Médoc property, bought in 1985, is of particular sentimental value to the family as Maryse Meyre is herself originally from Cussac Fort Médoc.

Château Julien neighbours the great terroirs of Saint Julien, the vines nestling on gravelly marls producing fruity, generous wines boasting harmonious tannins, in a style that has long made the reputation of Haut-Médoc.

Nathalie and Julien now manage this 15-hectare property, perpetuating traditional methods alongside modern techniques.


Data sheet

Description :

A rich and complex wine, with notes of blackcurrant and morello cherry. The delicate and velvety tannins linger beautifully in the mouth.

Situation :

Cussac-Fort-Médoc in the heart of Haut-Médoc. Surface area 15Ha.

Soil :

Gravelly hillocks, average age of vines : 40 years.


60 % Merlot, 35 % Cabernet Sauvignon et 5 % Petit Verdot.

Vinification :

Manual and mechanical harvesting, hand sorting, total de-stemming, mechanical crushing, fermentation in stainless steel vats.


Ageing in oak barrels, for 12 months (30 % new), fining with egg white.

Production :

70 000 bottles , bottled at the château by our team.


Michel Rolland laboratory.

Awards and press comments :

Julien 2015 : Concours général agricole 2017 : Médaille de Bronze
Julien 2015 : James Suckling Score 91 This has a wealth of impressive dark berries with flashes of orange zest on the nose. The palate has smooth and fine tannins that are nicely compressed, forming a smooth and even finish. Drink or hold.
Julien 2014 : 2 Etoiles au Guide Hachette 2018