- Château Plince is known and recognized today by amateurs and professionals as the wine from Pomerol of great quality.
- In 1995, it took the bronze medal at the agricultural show of Paris, then won the gold medal in 2000.
- Located at the exit east of Libourne, the property of Château Plince is close to Château Nénin and opposite Château La Pointe.
- Its total surface is more than 10 hectares, of which 8,66 hectares are planted in vine.
- The vineyard is of only one holding and is located on a ground of dark sand largely provided in “iron” which contributes to the richness of the wine.
- 72% Merlot
- 23% Cabernet Franc
- 5% Cabernet Sauvignon
- Lamb and game, whether roasted or prepared as a steak
- “Ample, rich, almost over-ripe nose. Medium body. Good grip. Lovely black fruit. This is a lovely, seductive wine. Very good for a bourgeois Pomerol.” (Clive Coates, The Vine)