Pape Clement red 2019
vineyard was first planted in the 13th century by Bertrand de Goth, the youngest
son of a noble family from Bordeaux. He was the Archbishop of Bordeaux and
became Pope in 1305, then took the name of Clément V. The vineyard was run
by the Bordeaux Archbishopry until the French Revolution. The estate can take
pride in the production of wine in the same vineyards for over 7 centuries.