Château Rauzan-Segla is located in the Margaux appellation of Bordeaux. The estate was acquired by the Cruse Family in 1903, who held ownership until 1957 when it was sold to John Holt, a shipping magnate from Liverpool. In 1982 the renowned consultant Émile Peynaud was taken on board and by 1989 the Château was purchased by Brent Walker. Unfortunately, he did not have any success with the Château and in 1994 he sold the estate to the Wertheimer family who own Chanel. They brought in a team led by John Kolasa and David Orr, winemakers at Château Latour. The vineyards are distributed between mainly Cabernet Sauvignon (over 60%), Merlot and small amounts of Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The annual production is around 8000 cases and the Château has a second wine called Ségla.