The Despagne family, rooted in the Holy Land émilionnaise for over three centuries, accepts the jobs of the vine and wine for at least 11 generations. In 1972, by succession, it takes the direction of a section of the vineyard acquired by Louis Rapin on designations Montagne Saint-Emilion, Saint-Emilion and Pomerol. VIEW: Dress a nice red color, clear and bright. Nose: Spices and cherry dominate. MOUTH: Freshness and fruit early in the mouth, long and persistent. .