The Domaine de Lagravière, has always been recognized for the quality of its terroir. The estate, renamed Malartic-Lagravière, remained in this family for 140 years, handed down and managed by women. The estate was reorganized and a few small plots were added, giving it the form it would have until the 1950s.
In 1947, Jacques Marly took over management of Malartic-Lagravière after marrying Madame Ricard’s great-great-granddaughter. He managed the estate until 1990, being heavily involved in local wine-growing life, notably during the Graves classification in 1953.In 1990, the estate was acquired by Champagne Laurent-Perrier.
The Brussels couple Alfred-Alexandre and Michèle Bonnie fell in love with the estate and purchased it in 1997.
43 Av. de Mont de Marsan, 33850 Léognan, France