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Chateau Pape Clément, named after its illustrious owner, Pope Clement V, traces its origins to Bertrand de Goth, who received the property in Pessac as a gift. Bertrand, later known as Pope Clement V, fostered modern and rational vineyard practices before ascending to the papacy. The vineyard thrived under successive archbishops, pioneering techniques like aligning vines for efficient labor. Following the French Revolution, the property became public domain. In 1937, a devastating hailstorm struck, but the estate was rejuvenated by Paul Montagne. Today, descendants Léo Montagne and Bernard Magrez continue this legacy, ensuring Chateau Pape Clément’s wines enchant present and future enthusiasts despite challenges like urbanization.

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