The history of the Manz Moses estate dates back to the Lynch period, an Irish soldier named John Lynch. He left Ireland in 1691. Since the end of the century, he has settled in France and established a family. During the 18th century, the Ciute family purchased land in large quantities. Not only did it own the Lynch-Bages (aligned by marriage) but also the Parc Moses estate. District of Dagac (Margaux). The word “Moussas” in the Manz Moses estate comes from a small village of the same name near the vineyard. The Cinz family owns this manor for decades.
In the second half of the 19th century, the Manz Moses Manor was plagued by a paralysis of roots, depression, and war. In 1919, the estate was sold to Jean Casteja, but it was not valued as one of the assets of the Castega family. By 1969, when Emile Casteja took over the estate, it was a mess. The area of the vineyard has been greatly reduced, and the manor building has been depleted, not to mention the brewing equipment. During the first years of operation in Emilie, the estate’s wines were made in the neighboring Batailley estate until the manor was completed and the situation ended. In the ensuing decades, the Manzimo Estate began to improve the project, replanted the vineyards, and increased investment in the wine cellar and manor. The latter is an 18th-century style building that now becomes the home of Emir's son, Philippe Casteja. He not only manages the Manzies Moses estate but also manages a large number of family businesses, such as the treasure The head of the Borie-Manoux winery company is also the chairman of the "1855 Conzeils de Grands Crus Classés en 1855".
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.