En vijfde Grand Cru Classe uit het topjaar 1989.
OWC 12 flessen.
Château Lynch-Moussas is a wine estate in Pauillac. It was once part of the large estate of the Comte Lynch (and a former hunting lodge) that was divided into two in 1824, the other part becoming Lynch-Bages (although Moussas kept the château building). Like Lynch-Bages, it was ranked as a fifth growth in the 1855 Bordeaux classification. Lynch-Moussas is now part of the Borie-Manoux portfolio.
The estate is made up of around 55 hectares (136 acres) of vines, which are planted silica and gravel soils over limestone, as is typical for Pauillac. This is planted to around 70 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, with the rest made up of Merlot.
These proportions are mirrored in the Cabernet-dominant Lynch-Moussas wine, which is aged for up to 18 months in oak barrels, around half of which are new.