The AOC Médoc starts beyond Saint-Estèphe and ends in Saint-Vivien-du-Médoc.
It is a peninsula, a lonely and wild country. You can see the Gironde estuary everywhere, which looks more like a sea than a river. This secret land is now a luxury: a space protected from any industrialization, there is a unique atmosphere.
The beautiful 18th century blond stone chartreuse machines and the rumps of vines mark the landscape of the Médoc.
This property extends over 23.6 hectares overlooking the Gironde, a terroir of Garonne gravel and clay, ideal for Cabernet-Sauvignon, which gives its identity to an elegant Médoc. The steep slope of the croup ensures natural drainage of the plots, and their stony and aerated structure is perfectly suited to Cabernet-Sauvignon.
A promised land for Merlot: the limestone plateau, 6 hectares, offer a complementary asset, counting up to 4 metres of white limestone at depth, particularly suitable for Merlot and Malbec.
The warm, deep and draining soils as well as the control of yields allow the Cabernet Sauvignon to have a complete vegetative cycle and to reach a perfect maturity.
Qualitative, classic Médoc grape varieties: 35% Cabernet Sauvignon, 60% Merlot and 5% Malbec. This richness of the aromatic palette gives this great wine an elegant structure combined with velvety tannins.
Property sold with all the necessary equipment to produce great wines.