The wine of Jintuo Manor (Country Countess) can be described as a wine, preferring to be feminine, feminine, mellow and rich in fruity flavors. It can be consumed earlier and is well received by the majority of alcoholic customers. gold.Tuo Manor (Countessess) has the same history as Chateau Pichon Longueville (Baron). After the death of Baron Joseph de Pichon Longueville, the then-Kinto manor was equally divided into the Baron's five children. Two sons got some vineyards and winemaking facilities, and three daughters inherited the remaining three-fifths of the land. The manor continued to be in charge of the baron of Pichon Longueville for a few years until his sister Virginiany married Henri de Lalande and became Countess. She decided to unify the land inherited by several sisters in her name. Manage it. Since then, the vineyard of the Pichon-Longueville has been divided into two different estates, each of which has its own fate. . In 1855, Ginto Manor (Countess Earl) Manor was awarded the status of second-class manor. Since then, the estate has changed hands a lot, and in the hands of May-Eliane de Lencquesaing, it opened a new chapter in its history of winemaking. For thirty years, Mrs. Lan Tsui Shan perfectly inherited the estate's winemaking tradition. In January 2007, Champagnes Louis Roederer became the new owner of the Goldtoon estate, and succeeded in allowing the Countess to continue to show her the charm of the world.
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