One of the famed sites of the Duchmeron Manor is owned by the Rafi Manor family. The design of the wine label is similar to that of the Lafite manor. It has a rich cigar box, but there is no Lafite. So balanced and delicate, but the price is relatively high.
The Duchmelon Estate is adjacent to the Lafite Manor. From the beginning of the eighteenth century, the village of Purcell spread all over the vineyards under the impetus of the local lord of Rafi. As an annual income paid to the lord, the wines from the Meilun Hill entered the ranks of “Luxurious Wines” in Lafite, which also proves that the wine produced at this time was of good quality.
Between 1830 and 1840, the Casteja family acquired the winery from the hands of Mandavi’s descendants and bought a 14-hectare orchard left by his wife Sieur de Duhart after his death. Thus it has 40 hectares of grape growing area, he named this area Duhart-Milon. The "Mr. Diar" was said to have been an arms smuggler under Louis XV's and the people of the Castega family dubbed it "pirate". The house where the "pirate" lived was in 1950.
The Portuillé Port can also be seen as the inspiration for the design of the Duchmelon Estate wine label.
Under the management of the Castelga family, the winery made gratifying achievements. The 1855 wine grading system recognized the quality of Duchmeiren and ranked it as the only top four in Puyele. In the 25 years since 1937, the winery has changed hands five times. The twisted destiny of the winery owners has also caused the vineyard to be divided and quickly declined. The frost in 1956 caused a fatal blow to the winery until 1962. The Rothschild family bought the industry. From 1973 to 2001, the vineyard was expanded from 42 hectares to 71 hectares. Today, the mature vines and the fully refurbished cellars have paid off for 40 years of continuous efforts to improve quality, and Düsseldorf returned to the top four in the past.
Pauillac, located in the upper Medocu district of Bordeaux, France, is known for producing high-quality red wine. In the classification system of Mido in 1855, a total of four first class wineries were selected, namely Lafite Castle, Latour Winery, Margaux Chateau, Houbowang Chateau, plus 1973 The second-tier winery was promoted to the first-tier winery's Mouton Winery. There are a total of five first-tier wineries. The village of Puyle occupied three of them. This may be the reason why this little-known village is famous. The village of Puyele has a total area of about 1,200 hectares. The grapes grown include Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot. The bead is the most important grape variety in the production area and the most widely grown grape variety. The village's high-quality gravel soil provides an excellent environment for its growth. Lafite Fortress has the largest vineyard in the Mido region, producing unique wines and tannins that are mellow and memorable.