90 Points - Wine Advocate
The slopes of Chateau Pavie have born vines since the fourth century, thanks to planting efforts by the Romans. However, the property did not become famous as a Saint Emilion wine producer until nearly 2,000 years later, when it was owned by the Talleman and Pigasse families. It takes its name from the peach orchards (‘pavies’) that once grew in the area.
Chateau Pavie was one of just two properties to receive a top promotion in the September 2012 Saint Emilion classification, rising to Premier Grand Cru Classe A status alongside Chateau Angelus. Since then, both estates have increased the prices of their newly-released wines, with the value of their back vintages rising accordingly.
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