Lacoste was translated as a crocodile, and Grand was a big one. Therefore, some of the wines of that Goshen were also called "big crocodile wine." Robert Parker believes that the level of the Gossman Manor can fundamentally challenge the three-level village. The style of the wine is rich and full of fruit, belonging to the higher value wine.
Nagos Manor and its twin sister, the Grand-Puy Ducasse, both originated from the Middle Ages in the northern part of Puyele Village and was named “Grand Puy”. It was then known as Guiraud. Mr. All. One of his daughters married a gentleman named Dejean, who owned the nearby Lynch-Bages and the entire Grand Puy vineyard. In 1750, he sold some of the vineyards of the Grand Puy estate to Pierre Ducasse. From this it can be inferred that this is the origin of Dukass. The rest was later passed on to one of Degen's daughters. The manor inherited two generations along the route of the female members. He went to the Nagos and took the name of Nagos. The family also replaced the house built in the previous century with a charming castle. After inheriting two generations in the family, the manor was sold to Raymond Dupin in 1932. Du Pin is an expatriate lord and has been living a luxury single life. The manor is naturally in a state of decline. In the late 19th century and early 20th century, he experienced phylloxera, powder spores, war and economic depression. Series disasters.
In 1978 Dupin sold half of the estate to the owner of Ducru-Beaucaillou, Jean-Eugène Borie. Gradually the treasure family gradually took over the castle, manor and vineyards, and now the manor is run by Jean-Jugigny's son. The manor has made amazing investments and innovations, and new equipment has been added to the expanded wine cellar. In the 20th century, the quality of most estates plummeted. Not only did the Goss wine not rise sharply, but it rose even higher. Nowadays, Nagos wine is definitely a good wine to be selected for collection.
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.