Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP
Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP

Late Greek tycoon’s daughter turns run-down French vineyard into billion-dollar business

Decades after her tycoon father bought Chateau Margaux, near Bordeaux, on a whim, Corinne Mentzelopoulos now runs estate that produces prized fine wine

Topic |   Wine and Spirits
Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP
Chateau Margaux, the neoclassical manor house known as the “Versailles du Medoc”, situated in the 262-hectare wine estate in Margaux, near Bordeaux, France. Photo: Georges Gobet/AFP
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