Bill Manor is a long-established manor house. The style of the wine is relatively old school, more tannin and more resistant to possession. Due to the use of old Bordeaux brewing methods, it takes a very long time for the wine to enter the drinkable period. Bill Manor is the haunting estate of Haut-Batailley and was separated in 1942. The original name of Bill Estate was said to have originated from the military, perhaps referring to a war, and the other saying originated from a grape farmer named Bill, and later became the present estate of Bill and Obitir. . The vineyard at that time was owned by the Saint-Martin family. In the continuous change of ownership, the original Bill manor was developed and expanded from the original 39 hectares to 55 hectares, and the brewing equipment was also updated.
In 1932, after the death of Hampson, the owner, the Poris brothers bought a manor house. Before 1942, the manor was divided into two parts in order to avoid future inheritance of the manor house, which is today's Bill and Obeti. Seoul. François obtained a relatively small part of the vineyards, and in 1951 the vineyard was expanded by buying some vines from the Duhart-Milon (Level 4), which formed the Obi Till Manor. The larger part was owned by Matthew and included the part of the castle and retained the original name of the vineyard "Bill."
After Matthew's death in 1961, he left his estate with his daughter Denise and her husband Emile Casteja. The estate was incorporated into the vineyard assets of the Castega family - which also included the Beau-Site (Senior Celebrity) in St.Dust, and the Tsundere Manor in St. Trottevieille) (Top B), and the nearby Lynch Moussas (5th). Today, the assets are run by Philippe Casteja, the son of Amir.
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, there were a total of four first-tier wineries, namely Lafite Castle, Latour Winery, Margaux Chateau, Houbowang Chateau, plus 1973 by two. The grade of the winery was promoted to the first-tier winery of Mouton, 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 excellent
The growing environment. Lafite Fortress has the largest vineyard in the Mido region, producing unique wines and tannins that are mellow and memorable.