Chateau De Pez 2008 (6 x 750mL), Saint-Estephe, Bordeaux.

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Appellation: Saint-Estèphe A.C., Bordeaux. 3rd Growth of 1855 Classification

Vineyards within the Domaine classified “Cru Bourgeois’ in 1932, Appellation d’Origine Controlee Saint-Estephe, covering more than 26 hectares.

The grapes are destemmed, lightly crushed and macerated/fermented for 21 days in stainless steel vats at 29-30 degrees Celsius. The malo-lactic fermentation follows immediately. The wines are then blended by a panel headed by Jean-Claude Rouzaud to create a blend which translates the style of the Chateau and respects the terroir and the characteristics of the vintage.

The maturation is carried out 100% in barriques with 40% new oak and the balance in one year old and two year old oak, for a period of 18 months. The wines are fined but do not undergo any form of filtration. Matured further in bottle prior to release.

FRA - Bordeaux

Winery Tasting Notes

The Château de Pez winery remains resolutely faithful to wood. The blend is composed in December, then the wine is stored in barrels (40% new wood, 40% in "Premier vin" casks and 20% in "Deuxième vin" casks) and racked every three months. It is to be noted that the wine undergoes absolutely no filtration.

Château de Pez exhibits deep colour and harmonious composition. This complete, rich, dense wine merits prolonged ageing.

Thanks to the quality of its production, Château de Pez is counted among the most highly reputed crus of the Médoc.

FRA - Bordeaux
Grape Style
Cabernet Blends
Closure Type
Cork closure

Winery Profile

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Château de Pez, west of the commune of Saint-Estèphe, rivals Calon Ségur as the most ancient of all the Bordeaux vineyards. Its 39 adjoining hectares enjoy ideal exposures on the hilltops around the Château itself.

Thanks to continuous investment, Château de Pez has been carefully renovated since it was acquired by the House of Louis Roederer in 1995. Today this great Cru Bourgeois is restored to its former glory and retakes its rightful place in the limelight as one of the shining stars of Saint-Estèphe.

The Domain of Pez, created in the 15th century, is, along with Calon, the oldest in Saint-Estèphe. In 1452, squire Jean de Briscos ruled the estate; in 1526 the "noble man" Ducos was master, followed by Jean de Pontac in 1585.

The Pontac family, who likewise created Haut-Brion, gave Pez its vineyards. The property remained in the hands of descendants -the Marquis d'Aulède and Count de Fumel, Commander of the Province of Guyenne- until the French Revolution. Sold as a property of the state, the domain belonged to the Tarteiron, Balguerie, Lawton, du Vivier, Bernard, and Dousson families in succession. It was purchased in June 1995 by Champagne Louis Roederer.

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