Château Cambon La Pelouse
The older editions of the Féret Guide include this commentary: " We can say that it is one of the oldest in the region and that its products have made a great contribution over the years to the reputation of the wines of the Médoc, both in France and abroad. From the late 17th century, they were sent to England, reaching prices of 400 pounds per cask, and even more..." Monsieur de Cambon, the owner at the time of the French Revolution, gave the estate its name. The revolutionaries confiscated his property, but he did get it back a few years later. In 1996, the estate was taken over by Annick and Jean-Pierre Marie. They have made a large number of investments to renovate it and provide it with the very best equipment. For several years now, the property has been producing wines whose quality has earned the praises of professionals and lovers of great crus. The wines are now sold by the leading traders on the Bordeaux marketplace.– Description from Chris Carpita
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