Moncharm | Château Pape Clement 2003
One of the rising stars in the universe of great vintages, Pape Clement is not leaving any stones unturned in the pursuit of a higher quality. The 2003 label has a stunning inky/plum colour which comes with a brilliant bouquet of smoked meats, incense, cherries and plums. The wine has a rich, full-bodied texture with moderate acidity. It has a velvety texture and excellent concentration with a sweet, long finish. The wine can easily age for over two decades.
Deriving its name from the famous pope Pape Clement who had recieved this estate as a gift in 1299, he took great care of the property till 1305 when he was elected as the pope and the estate was given to the archbishop of Bordeaux. There has been a drastic improvement in the estate since the current proprietor Bernard Margez picked up the reigns, This label is gathering appreciations of connoisseurs around the world
The Pessac-Léognan appellation is located in the Graves district. This region has ten individual estates. This appellation was created in 1987 as a part of the graves present on the south of Bordeaux. This region produces the leading labels of both red and white wines. Great Bordeaux estates like Châteaux Haut-Brion and La Mission Haut-Brion are situated in this appellation.