Château Pape Clément
Nouvelle Aquitaine, Gironde
Château Pape Clément is one of the oldest Grands Crus in the whole Bordeaux region. The vineyard was planted in the 13th century by Bertrand de Goth, who went on to become Pope Clement V.
The estate prides itself on having produced wine on the same land for 7 centuries. Rich in history, Château Pape Clément can also be proud of its beautiful park, architecture and arts, as the beautiful glasshouse built by Gustave Eiffel.
The Château Pape Clément offers 5 exceptional suites where you can enjoy the intimacy and diversity of this historic building. Waited on by your dedicated chef and butler, you can savour private fine dining in the elegant dining room, under chandeliers, which diffuse light on the sparkling Hermès silverware and Baccarat glassware.
Private dining options will be available for this property on an exclusive-use basis with dishes elaborated by the world-renowned chef Pierre Gagnaire. You can choose your menu from some of the finest produce available in the region and our skilled sommeliers will help you choose wines, Champagnes and drinks from a cellar packed with 172 Grands Crus Classés.
We offer a wide range of tailor-made activities to discover and understand the magical world of great wines throughout this region. Many are available both mid-week and weekend throughout the year, providing you with the complete freedom to choose your travel dates. For specific activities particular to Château La Tour Carnet include wine & caviar tastings, wine workshops, chateaux tours or opportunities to explore the region’s small country lanes in a luxury car, fly over the vineyards in a helicopter.