1587. Designer : Pierre Daunard. The park was ras redesigned during the 19th and 20th centuries
This ancient mansion located in the heart of Pessac Leognan dates back to the 13th Century and takes its name from Bertrand de Got who became Pope Clement the 5th in 1305. The park boasts a magnificent Lebanese cedar dating from the French revolution and recently 7 olive trees from the Priorat region in Spain were added to the collection alongside many fine palms and mature trees. You can also observe hives which produce honey sold on the property.
Free visit of the garden.
A shop sells Bernard Magrez ‘wines from the Cotes du Roussillon to the classified growth of Graves, the honey of the property. Admission according to visitor category: novice, connoisseur, wine taster, wine collector.
Open since monday to friday from 11h to 6h00p.m.
Chateau Pape Clément - 216 rue Nancel Penard - 33600 Pessac
Tel. : +33 (0)5 57 26 38 38
Mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.pape-clement.com