The Revival of Château de Malengin – Eve – Launches in the US Market with Cognac One
Named after one of Benjamin and Ariane de Rothschild’s four daughters, “Eve” represents the modern revival of a château with a centuries-old heritage…
The Rothschild Bordeaux wine heritage dates back to 1868 with the purchase of Château Lafite by James de Rothschild. Baron Edmond de Rothschild (James’ great grandson) grew the name further through the purchase of Château Clarke and Château Malmaison in 1973. Following in his father’s footsteps, Benjamin de Rothschild purchased two additional superb properties in 2003: the Château des Laurets and the Château de Malengin.
By taking an active part in the project, Eve de Rothschild demonstrates the family’s attachment to this property and embodies their “taking the dust off of things” mindset. 100% Merlot, less than 13,000 bottles made, and matured 50% in amphorae, Eve is a faithful expression of the Rive-Droite terroir, without artifice. This 2019 vintage succeeds in the double challenge of breaking the codes while honoring the values dear to the Rothschild family: audacity and excellence.