Gatmé’s production is large, and its value is high. It belongs to a five-level village with reasonable prices and a certain quality of wine. The better years in recent years are 1996 and 2000. In the Middle Ages, the Gatwick Castle on the edge of the Garonne River had the same name as its jurisdiction. It is part of the border defense line in the Medio region and is only half a mile away from the current castle. The earliest Gatmay owner was a donation by Pons de Cantemerle, recorded in the "Grand Cartulaire" of La Sauve Majeur in the 12th century. The first record of the estate's viticulture was in 1354.
Caroline de Villeneuve Durfort has performed most prominently among the many owners of the estate. She has always followed the quality of wine in the usual way and defended the reputation of wine in a very capable style. After 20 years in 1845, it was still described as a "prolonged stay in the history of Gy伦n," the lawsuit defended the exclusive use of Gatmei's name. In 1852, the suffusion of sulphur powder on vines at the Ghatme Estate was the first attempt to suppress the powdery spore germs. In 1855, Gatmermeyer was awarded five grades and in 1867 Gat Fine Wine won the Silver Award at the Paris World Expo. Due to grape disease and natural disasters, Lafite's wine price dropped to 1,400 francs/tonne in 1884, compared to Margaux's, 5,000 francs/toll, and Gat Fine Wines. It is one of the two five-level villages that cost more than 200 francs for Lafite, and the other is Dauzac.
Like other estates, Gatmore Estate is also constantly changing its trades and changing hands several times until SMABTP Corporation incorporated it in 1981.
The total area of grape cultivation in Shangmeidu is 4,657 hectares. The soil is mainly gravel and clayey limestone. For a long time in history, the vast area of Shangmeidu was used only for grazing and not for grape growing. In the 17th century, in order to make wines here to replace the Portuguese and British wines that dominated the market at that time, Dutch merchants implemented an ambitious drainage project on the swamp to develop it into a viable grape. Garden area. Soon, the Upper Meadow production area including St. Julien, Margaux, Purell and St Estephe was formed. By the 19th century, Shangmeidu production area had become France's most prosperous wine producing area, and by the end of the 20th century, it had won the top international reputation. Shangmeidu is located in the south of Santassite, and Bas-Medoc is located north of Santassite, both of which jointly build the Mido region. Shangmei’s wine quality is better than Xiamei’s. "Haut" has a higher meaning because it is named after the production area is located on the high ground in the south. This land, which overlooks the river and is given the gift of the sun, can cultivate the highest quality grapes and produce the highest quality wines. The area produces mainly red wines with fruity, plump wines.