Château Pape Clément

Château Pape Clément derives its name from Bertrand de Goth, who in 1305 became Pope Clément V. After being donated to the church, it then changed ownership several times until the arrival of Bernard Magrez in 1985. New winemaking facilities were built, the barrel cellar restored, and in 1986 a second wine, Le Clémentin, was introduced to improve selection. The radiant neo-gothic Château built in the 13th Century – with the first harvests impl emented in 1252, is surrounded by 60 hectares of vines, and features verdant gardens planted with thousand-year-old olive trees and stately Lebanese Cedars. Just a few steps from the Gustave Eiffel glasshouse, Château Pape Clément reveals its period charm. Inside, the reception rooms radiate elegance with superb wood panelling, antique furniture, and a private art and music collection, which includes a harp and harpsichord. The 5 richly decorated suites, with herringbone parquet floors and handmade fabrics, take the names of Bernard Magrez’s cuvées: Le Clos des Songes, Mon seul Rêve, La Tempérance, La Sérénité, and L’Égrégore.
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