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Saint-Estèphe is one of the largest communal appellations of the Médoc, spread across more than 2500 acres. The vineyard is planted on well-drained gravel outcrops that protect the vines from excessive humidity. The subsoil, made up of clay and limestone, gives the wines their unique personality.

Saint-Estèphe wines are tannic, deep, and powerful and with age, they take on body, fruitiness, and delicacy.

Pez means "peace" in Old French and is still commonly used in Saint-Estèphe. This peaceful haven is a Garden of Eden for making great wines.

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La Croix De Pez  Saint-Estèphe

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