Chateau de Pez - St Estephe 2008 - Fine Wine 75cl Bottle

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Chateau de Pez - St Estephe 2008
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75cl Bottle
£30.04
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Description:
Superb deep colour.

Very fruity and floral aromas, combined with grilled and toasted notes of wood.

Very round and soft attack on the palate.

Supple tannins with no astringence and good length.

Perfect balance and excellent finesse overall.



Category(s):     Red Wine

Producer: Chateau Les Ormes de Pez   -   www.ormesdepez.com
ABV:   13%
Appellation:   St Estephe
Body:   Full Bodied
Brand:   Chateau Les Ormes de Pez
Country of Origin:   France
Drinking From:   Now
Food Pairings:   Red Meats
Grape Type:   Cabernet Sauvignon
Grape Type:   Merlot
Quality Designation:   AC
Region:   Bordeaux
Style of Red:   Full & Fruity
Type of closure:   Natural Cork
Vintage:   2008

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2 Products From this Producer

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Chateau de Pez - St Estephe 2006In Stock   75cl Bottle£ 31.60
Chateau de Pez - St Estephe 2008In Stock   75cl Bottle£ 30.04

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Producer Information

Some very old elm trees ("orme" means elm in French), which no longer exist, gave their name to this property dating back to the 18th century. Located in the hamlet of Pez, in Saint-Estephe, it has been owned by the Cazes family since 1940.
The "montagnol" Jean-Charles Cazes had a sister Mary, who, in 1880 married the vineyard manager of Chateau les Ormes de Pez. After becoming a widow this strong woman took over as manager of the property. A very rare position for a woman, in those days ! The property belonged to Marcel Alibert, also owner of Chateau Belgrave in Saint-Laurent and county councillor of the Medoc county.
In 1927, Alibert sold the property to a company called Societe Civile du Haut-Medoc whose general manager was a Dutchman : Dirk Christofel Meiners. But he went bankrupt in 1929 during the economic crisis.
The well known wine brokers Louis and Edouard Miailhe gathered together the pieces and Louis Miailhe became the director of les Ormes de Pez.
Jean-Charles Cazes and his son Andre purchased Les Ormes de Pez before the Second World War. Today it is Andre's son, Jean-Michel Cazes who manages the estate helped by the technical team of Chateau Lynch-Bages, under the control of Daniel Llose.

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