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Château Picard was the name of the Picard family estate in La Barre, France on Earth, and of the wine produced at the family vineyards. (TNG episode: "Family")

Château Picard dated back at least to the early 23rd century. Leonard McCoy and Emony Dax enjoyed a vintage 2228 bottle of Château Picard on their date during a gymnastics competition at Ole Miss. (DS9 short story: "Old Souls")

In late 2265, Sal, the proprietor of Velluto's restaurant, sent over a free bottle of Château Picard to James T. Kirk and Leonard McCoy so that they could drink to Gary Mitchell's memory. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Enterprise)

During the mid-24th century, Château Picard's winemaking business was run by Marie Picard, while her husband, Robert Picard, tended to the grapes. (TNG novel: Q & A) Following a fatal fire in which Robert and his son René were killed (TNG movie: Star Trek: Generations), Marie also assumed the role of winemaker. Picard sampled a 2372 vintage -- the first batch produced by Marie following the death of Robert -- in 2380, and was disappointed in the result. (TNG novel: Q & A)

Quark stocked Château Picard in his bar. Julian Bashir apparently had a low regard for the Picard wines, requesting the "good stuff" instead when Quark had recommended it. Quark instead served Bashir a vintage Thunderbird. (DS9 novel: Devil in the Sky)

Jean-Luc Picard and Data enjoyed a bottle of Château Picard 2267 aboard the USS Enterprise-E in 2379, after the wedding of William T. Riker and Deanna Troi on Earth. After the death of Data, Picard and the other senior officers offered a toast to their deceased colleague using Château Picard. (TNG novelization: Nemesis)

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