The Graves and Sauternes vineyard was planted by the Romans in ancient times and is the oldest Bordeaux vineyard!
A wide strip of the perfect blend of flint, pebbles and rocks form the perfectly-draining soil that grows 4 prestigious appellations: Graves, Pessac-Léognan, Barsac and Sauternes.
Nestled between the estuary and ocean, it’s safe to say the Médoc vineyard is a water baby!
Its location makes it the perfect holiday destination for thrill-seekers and visitors struggling to choose from everything Gironde has to offer.
History, stunning scenery and fine wine…
Let’s go on an irresistible Wine Trip in the Saint-Émilion, Pomerol, Fronsac vineyard. From the Dordogne riverbanks to the edge of the Périgord, experience this exceptional natural haven and take time out to visit world-famous châteaux: Angélus, Cheval Blanc… Ring a bell?
You’re in for a surprise 60km from the Atlantic Coast: welcome to Entre-deux-Mers!
Entre-deux-Mers means “between two seas” and is often synonymous with the wine appellation. This Gironde area is so-called because it lies between two tidal rivers, the Dordogne and Garonne.
This vineyard north of Bordeaux lies by an estuary and has everything you could wish for!
Deep in the valleys, on the water’s edge, the wineries and history make it what it is.