Pavie 1966 - Saint-Emilion
Grand Cru Classé A
Level: Perfect for a 1966 vintage
Stained and torn label
Overall condition: Very good
Château Pavie 1966 - Saint-Emilion
During the first classification of the Crus of St-Emilion in 1955, Château Pavie was classified B. Since 2012, they have gained ground and are now Premier Cru Classé A, which testifies to the quality of the wines and the seriousness of the domain. Château Pavie is distinguished by a great diversity of terroirs.
The annual production of Château Pavie amounts to 70,000 bottles. Aging in barrels for 18 to 32 months and 70% to 100% new wood depending on the vintage.
The 1966 vintage is excellent for Saint Emilion wines in the same way as 1955, 1988 or 2000.
The state of conservation of this bottle is particularly superb, the level and state of the cork testify to it.
Serving advice: This bottle is intended for lovers of old wines. The important matter present in the wines of this period will very probably generate deposits. You will therefore have to decant this wonder, by candlelight for purists.
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