Château Le Pape - Bordeaux
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A true historic attractionIn in the heart of the Pessac-Léognan appellation, the stately Château Le Pape is a beautifully kept and well presented château, owned by Patrick Monjanel. Château Le Pape looks over the village of Léognan from the highest point. This is on and around the best terroir of the Graves region producing their excellent Grand Grands Crus Classés. Most representative of this area, the wines of the Château Le Pape are distinguished and have a balance between strength and elegance and age well. The château is well organized for tastings and tours by appointment only.
Prices from 10 €.
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