The Médoc appellation comprises a wide variety of soil types, including sand, gravel, clay, stones and pebbles. The wines of the Médoc are all produced by blending different grape varieties and from this marriage come the richness of the wines, the excellence of the vintages and the exceptional qualities which have made the region's reputation.
For centuries the Entre-Deux-Mers region of Bordeaux has been crossed by pilgrims on the Way of Saint James. Here they chanced on medieval fortified towns and 12th century missions such as those of Créon, Monségur, Sauveterre-de-Guyenne or Saint-Vincent de Pertignas, which has taken the name of the patron saint of winegrowers, Saint-Vincent. Discover the entire range of Bordeaux rosé, 100% Sauvignon white, red and moelleux (sweet white).