"Super second" is a marketing term (established by the 1855 Bordeaux Classification of Medoc and Graves) referring to second-growth wines ranked just below the first growths. These wines may be second, third, fourth, or fifth growths in the official classification, but in the world of wine professionals and connoisseurs alike they are considered a mere stutter step below Lafite, Mouton, Margaux, Haut-Brion, and Latour. This is not an official classification, and as such brings about some pretty heated debates. Some wines that could be considered super seconds are Ducru-Beaucaillou of St. Julien and the two Pichons of Pauillac.