The classification, still recognized today, lists 61 properties with 18 in Pauillac—including three first growths which are among the most celebrated wines of Bordeaux. Pauillac boasts more classed growths than any other commune, and its 18 classified properties are some of Bordeaux's finest. At the time of the classification, Grand-Puy-Lacoste was named a "fifth growth”; today, connoisseurs and wine writers .
Wine rich ruby color.
In a concentrated taste of wine felt sweet red fruit and a light shade of raspberry. After standing a moment in the air, the wine takes on a special charm.
The wine has a scent with notes of cherries, smoke, minerals and light notes of rubber.