Château Gazin is a relative large single block Pomerol estate. Their label design bears the Knights Templar’s cross due to a historic connection. After indifference in the 70s and 80s, major renovations in 1996 have lifted the quality dramatically. The estate shares a boundary with Château Pétrus, Château Lafleur-Pétrus and l’Evangile. In fact, in 1969 Gazin actually sold 5.5ha to Pétrus. Chateau Gazin shares one of the highest levels of elevation in Pomerol, along with Pétrus. At its peak, Gazin reaches up to 40.5 meters. Inside their single block of vines, their best terroir is perfectly placed close to the middle of their holdings, which sits on blue clay. It is clear that his terroir has the potential to produce Merlot-dominated wine at the very highest level.