With its vineyard of 43 hectares and cultivated for 500 years, its guided tours of the apartments of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec as well as of the historic cellar and its space dedicated to contemporary art and its restaurant, Château Malromé combines tradition, modernity and the art of living.

About Château Malromé

Château Malromé, the family home of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, is a project by Amélie and Mélanie Huynh, a tribute for their father who is passionate about France. For the illustrious painter, the domain was a place of rest and inspiration that contrasted with the bustle of Montmartre.

Initiated in 2014 and launched in 2017 after 4 years of joint renovation, Château Malromé is a dream come to life: a wine estate in Bordeaux, a place steeped in heritage that becomes the embodiment of the French art of living in French and an vehicle of transmission.

A story of sisters and hearts, which combines their French savoir-vivre and their Asian roots, their common appetite for contemporary art (echoing Asia) and their aesthetic standards.

With its vineyard of 43 hectares and cultivated for 500 years, its guided tours of the apartments of Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec as well as of the historic cellar and its space dedicated to contemporary art and its restaurant, Château Malromé combines tradition, modernity and the art of living.

Contact

Alexane Le Fol - a.lefol@malrome.com
Jade Prigent - j.prigent@malrome.com