Château Pape Clément is one of the most unique château's of Pessac-Léognan. The Magrez wine family has been at the helm since 1985 and therefore leaves nothing to chance. At Pape Clément, the first harvest was already collected in 1252. Bertrand de Goth was a cardinal in Bordeaux, but when he became pope under the name of Clémence the fifth in Avignon, he bequeathed the domain to the diocese of Bordeaux, just before that he changed the name . That is why the papal Tiara and Peter's Keys can be found on the labels of these wines. Since then, until the French Revolution in 1789, the diocese managed the vineyards as a role model. In the 20th century, many different owners passed in review, until finally the Magrez family became the owner to this day. These wines have earned their Grand Cru status since the classification system came into effect.