The Connoisseur visit
You will go off to explore techniques of wine making, and will penetrate into the vault where is a copy of the recumbent effigy of Pope Clément V, a tasting commented by the Château Pape Clément will be proposed to you as well as two other Great wines of the range Bernard Magrez. The castle Pope-Clément received the price(prize) Highlights Wine Tourism in the category " Organization of events "
The Château Pape Clément, situated to Pessac, near Bordeaux, owes his name to his most famous owner: pope Clément V.
A rare wine
The Château Pape Clément is one of the jewels of the wide range of vineyards which possesses Bernard Magrez throughout the world.
Based in Bordeaux, this big owner made of the quality his battle horse, his asset to face a ceaselessly increasing competition in the sector of wine.
Where from the care brought to this country the exceptional virtues of which make the reputation of Pessac for more than 7 centuries.
Size and thinning-out of leaves of a rare requirement, égrenage in the hand, the wine making and the breeding according to the strictest rules, everything is implemented so that the nature expresses without obstacle what it has of better.
The domain of Château Pape Clément belongs to the protected designation of origin Pessac-Léognan and more generally, to the wine area of the grave.
Based on a ground in the exceptional components, the 49 hectares of this vineyard dedicate the meeting of the passion and the work.
Every plot of land, every foot, every bay is cherished then transformed according to rules deserving of a silversmith.
Château Pape Clément (rouge et blanc), Clémentin (rouge et blanc), Prélat (rouge)
Ground: tablecloths of Grave clayey Pyrenean
- Red: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Frank Cabernet, Small Verdot
- White: Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon, Muscadelle, Sauvignon Gris
Surface: 49ha, of whom(which) 46ha of red and 3ha of white
Average age of vineyards: 30 years
Grape harvest: manual workers
Density of plantation: 7700 feet / ha
Bordeaux Centre, Institut Culturel Bernard Magrez
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