Château Canon la Gaffelière
Château Canon la Gaffelière (Premier Grand Cru Classé B) ligger i Saint Émilion, Bordeaux.
Château Canon la Gaffelière is located on the outskirts of the medieval town of Saint Émilion, at the southern foot of the slope. Château Canon La Gaffelière is one of the oldest estates in Saint Émilion and has had a fine reputation for over 150 years. In the 19th century, the estate was called La Gaffelière-Boitard, after its owner, Monsieur Boitard de la Poterie. The estate was acquired by Pierre Meyrat, the Mayor of Saint-Emilion, in 1953. After his death 1969, the château was sold once again and finally acquired by Joseph-Hubert von Neipperg in 1971. Starting in 1984, when Stephan von Neipperg took over the property, all the winery buildings were entirely renovated and new offices were constructed. Located on the Saint Émilion Grand Cru appellation, the property has been ranked First Classified Growth upon the new classification of Saint Émilion in 2012.