Château Chasse-Spleen is a prestigious winery in the Bordeaux vineyard, classified in 1932 as an Exceptional Grand Cru in the smallest appellation in the Médoc: Moulis-en Médoc.

The property extends over 103 hectares in red and 4 hectares in white. This magical name is probably the result of a discussion back in 1860, between Rosa Ferriere, the Mistress of the place, and her neighbour, Odilon Redon, a renowned symbolist painter. He illustrated Charles Baudelaire’s Les Fleurs du Mal, in which it is known he copyrighted the word Spleen.

In 1976, Chasse-Spleen was sold to Jacques Merlaut, a renowned trader. In 2000, one of her granddaughters, Céline Villars, inherited the position. The aromatic expressions of our wines are expressed by silky tannins and great elegance.