Jonathan and Lyn Maltus rescued this château in the 1990s and immediately set about an extensive renovation programme.
Investment in new technology and state-of-the-art equipment has brought the estate to the forefront of wines in Saint-Emilion. They also own other properties in the area which score very highly with critics, but the 26 hectares of Château Teyssier remain at the heart of the operation.
Château Teyssier, grand cru Saint-Emilion 2014Merlot 13.5% Vol
Bordeaux > St-Emilion & Right BankThis is a soft, silky style of Saint-Emilion, made by Englishman Jonathan Maltus. It has good...£25.00 per bottle