Bordeaux’s Lafon-Rochet Sold

The fourth-growth vineyard changes hands, plus New Orleans chefs band together after Hurricane Ida

Bordeaux’s Lafon-Rochet Sold
Lafon-Rochet is well known for its yellow château and its prime location in St.-Estèphe. (Courtesy Château Lafon-Rochet)
From the Nov 30, 2021, issue

Get the latest wine news from Wine Spectator’s November 30, 2021 issue, with Jacky Lorenzetti purchasing Bordeaux’s Château Lafon-Rochet. The acquisition becomes the French-Swiss real estate investor’s fourth classified-growth in Bordeaux. Plus, New Orleans-based chefs band together to provide aide in the wake of Hurricane Ida.

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