Le Pin

Madame Laubie, whose family had owned the plot since 1924 sold the one hectare vineyard in 1979 to the Belgian Jacques Thienpont for 1 million francs.[1] The vineyards were developed by Jacques Thienpont whose family own the neighbouring Vieux Château Certan,[2] and the wine was produced in tiny quantities from a farmhouse basement.[3] The property was already called Le Pin from a solitary pine tree that grows near the winery.[4] Today the estate comprises 2,7 hectares in one contiguous vineyard surrounding the winery. In 2011 a new winery, designed by the Belgian architectural practice Robbrecht en Daem architecten, was inaugurated using small microcuves and gravity to move the wine.

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