In 2010 the winery produced a finely balanced, mineral-laced wine with floral overtones, and a soft and forward mouthfeel,
About this wine producer: Château L’Arrosee was a "late bloomer" in this appellation. Until 1956 the wines were produced at a local cooperative winery. In 2002, the property was purchased by the Caille family who made extensive investments in the vineyards and winery. The 2010 is one of the last vintages produced under the Château name. The vineyards are planted on clay/limestone soils, and have an average age of thirty-five years. Where there was more sand in the soils, the small plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon were established. In 2013 the property was sold to Clarence Dillon who also owns Château Qunitus (formerly known as Château Tertre-Daugay) and Château Haut Brion in Graves. The winery's entire production has been folded into Château Qunitus.