The "Bages" in the name of the Manzburg Manor is taken from the ancient village of Bages. In 1740, the Zitz family acquired the Manzburg estate through marriage. Their descendant, Jean-Basptiste Lynch, took the estate from his father’s hand as a wedding gift. Jean-Baptiste became the Earl of the Empire in 1810 and later became known as "Pair de France". In 1809 he became Mayor of Bordeaux. Due to his busy schedule and his absence from Bordeaux, the estate was handed over to his brother, Michael, who was later resold by Michael to Sebastien Jurine, a Bordeaux wine merchant, in 1824. Since then, it has ended the operating history of the Citz family in the Pyroban estate for 75 years (1749-1824). The Zhulin family witnessed the Qubus manor was rated as a five-level village in 1855, but since then the manor has changed hands several times. In 1938 Jean-Charles Cazes bought the manor. Jean-Charles has created a wide reputation for the wines of the Manzburg Estate through numerous improvements in viticulture and winemaking, as well as the development of new markets (especially the American market). In 1972, after the death of Jean-Charles, the manor was passed to the hands of his son and then passed from his son to the grandson Jean-Michel Cazes. During this time, the Kays family carried out a lot of Renew investment and make wine quality good.
To this day, the wines of the Manzburg Estate have a global reputation. Not only do Chinese and Hong Kong drinkers like it, it is also a good idea for many British and American alcoholics. In Hong Kong, it is also known as the “billionaire daily meal”. Since 1985, it is Hong Kong's Cathay Pacific's first-class private wine. About this, there is another beauty talk: It is reported that Cathay Pacific Airways once changed other red wines, but due to the strong insistence of first-class customers, Quebus has once again appeared in the first-class menu after a very brief disappearance. On the above, it took root on it from now on.
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.