Tesseron Family Sells Bordeaux’s Château Lafon-Rochet

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French-Swiss real-estate investor Jacky Lorenzetti has purchased Bordeaux’s Château Lafon-Rochet from the Tesseron family for an undisclosed sum. The St.-Estèphe fourth-growth is Lorenzetti’s fourth classified growth in Bordeaux’s Médoc region. “When you have already invested in St.-Estèphe and Pauillac, and a bank offers you an opportunity to buy an estate like Lafon-Rochet, you don’t say ‘no,'” said Emmanuel Cruse, the general manager of Lorenzetti’s estates and co-owner of Château d’Issan with his siblings and Lorenzetti.

Lorenzetti is chairman of his family’s holding company, Ovalto, and has a personal fortune estimated at €1.7 billion. He built much of that in real estate with his firm Foncia. He also owns the Paris rugby club Racing 92. His Bordeaux wineries include Château Pedesclaux in Pauillac and Lilian Ladouys in…

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