About Cháteau de Pez
Nestled in the heart of France's prestigious Saint-Estephe appellation, Château de Pez winery is a beacon of sophistication and elegance, It is the oldest wine-producing domain in the region, boasting an illustrious history that extends over four centuries. Teeming with palpable authenticity and patina of time, this château is heralded for its impeccable combination of tradition and innovation.
The domain spans nearly 39 hectares, with vineyards adorned with 45% Cabernet Sauvignon, 44% Merlot, 8% Cabernet Franc, and 3% Petit Verdot. The site’s exceptional terroir – consisting of unique gravel soil over layers of clay and limestone; allow these varietals to flourish, producing wines of robust character and depth. The chateau's annual production stands at an impressive 8,500 cases, a testament to its established commitment to quality.
At Château de Pez, winemaking is considered a sacred art. The vinification process is conducted with expert precision in a state-of-the-art facility; where temperature-controlled, stainless-steel vats are used to bring the grapes to their optimal expression. The final product is then aged in French oak barrels, adding a character and finesse to the wines that is distinctive of Château de Pez.
The wines of Château de Pez are renowned for their robust structure and rich, complex flavours. They exude aromas of ripe, red fruits and display an excellent balance of tannins and acidity that culminate in an exquisite finish. Their delicate structure and berry-forward palate make them a marvellous companion to meat dishes, particularly those featuring lamb and beef, a perfect pairing for any celebratory feast!
Château de Pez creates not just a bottle of wine, but a holistic experience. The act of savouring its wine transports one back in time, allowing the drinker to experience first-hand the rich history, tradition and passion that's been lovingly bottled within. This is the expression of a profound love for the terroir, and a proud homage to the art of winemaking.
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