Founded in 1815 by Domeine-Guillaume Mestrezat, the Mestrezat trading house offers historic expertise in trading Grands Crus Classés. Explore the house’s history and relive its milestone moments.
Domeine-Guillaume Mestrezat and his cousin Henry Cart found the trading house Mestrezat & Cie.
First exportation from Mestrezat & Cie to Pondicherry (India).
Mestrezat & Cie takes part in the Centennial International Exhibition in Philadelphia.
Mestrezat & Cie becomes Mestrezat-Preller and focuses its activities on Bordeaux fine wines.
Mestrezat acquires two Classified Growths: Château de Rayne-Vigneau, 1st Classified Growth in 1855 - Sauternes and Château Grand-Puy Ducasse, 5th Classified Growth - Pauillac.
Merger of Cordier and Mestrezat and settlement in Napoléon III former stables.
Mestrezat grows through incorporation into Invivo Wine SA.
Mestrezat et Cordier left their historic location rue Achard for new offices in the dynamic and rapidly developing area Bordeaux Halle Boca, Quai de Paludate, in line with the InVivo group's transformational and innovative approach.