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Pichon Baron wineries (Chateau Pichon-Longueville Baron) is located in the famous Bo Yake (Pauillac), it was awarded two Cru Classe Medoc in the 1855 ratings. The Chateau de Bishang is a famous “legendary” winery in the entire Bordeaux region. Before the 17th century, the garden of the Chateau de Bishang was not a vineyard, but a forest. It was owned by a landowner named Brund de Boysset. The name of the garden is not an existing name. . Later, the garden was transferred to the Longueville family. Since the only daughter of the Baron Gewel married Bernard de Pichon in 1646, the garden has changed its ownership as a dowry, and the garden has been renamed "Pichon-Longueville" consisting of the surnames of the two families. By the mid-18th century to the mid-19th century, the winery was managed by Baron Joseph. In order to prevent children from competing for property and affecting the operation of the winery, he gave two-fifths of the wineries to two sons before his death. The rest was given to three daughters, so in today's Payak second-class village, there are two famous villages - the Bishang winery controlled by two sons, the Bishang Baron winery and three daughters. Chateau Pichon-Longueville Comtesse de Lalande.