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2013

Inauguration of the new winery renovated by the architect Alberto Pinto.

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2012

Premier Grand Cru Classé ʽʽAʼʼ de Saint-Emilion.

Château Pavie is promoted to the rank of Saint-Emilion Premier Grand Cru Classé "A”.



2012
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1998

Gérard Perse

Jean-Paul Valette sells Château Pavie to Gérard and Chantal Perse.



1998
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1957

Jean-Paul Valette

Upon his grandfather's death Jean-Paul Valette takes charge of the fortunes of Château Pavie.





1955

Premier Grand Cru Classé B

In the first Classification of Saint-Emilion wines, Pavie achieves the rank of Premier Grand Cru Classé "B”.



1943

Alexandre Valette

Alexandre Valette, a négociant from Saint-Ouen who already owns the neighboring vineyard of Troplong-Mondot, purchases Château Pavie.



1923

a modern vat house is built.

1912

Ferdinand Bouffard breathes his last

The dynamic négociant breathes his last. The different domaines continue as best they can during the First World War while awaiting a new owner. This comes in 1919 in the person of Albert Porte. He sells Pavie-Pigasse—which will become Pavie-Decesse—and unites the other domaines to create the current Château Pavie.





1873

Ferdinand Bouffard

Ferdinand Bouffard, a Bordeaux négociant, inherits the Domaine de la Sable. Gradually, over twenty years, he purchases the smaller neighboring vineyards of Pigasse, Chapus, Fayard and Dussaut to create a property of almost 50 hectares! Although he gives birth to what would become Château Pavie, Bouffard continues to vinify and sell each property's wine separately: Larcis-Bergey, Pavie-Pigasse, Pimpinelle, Clos Simard and La Sable.





1867

The Pimpinelle property

 The Pimpinelle property belonging to Messrs. Fayard and Chapus is awarded a gold medal at the Paris World's Fair.



IVth century

The peach Pavie

The first vines are planted in Saint-Emilion on the "Pavie Hillside”. Before this period red-fleshed peaches grew on these hills, a variety of fruit called "Pavie peaches” which gave their name to the vineyard. In time, peaches give way to vines.



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