Bordeaux vineyard

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Welcome to the Bordeaux vineyard

Country of French writers Montaigne and Mauriac, Bordeaux region seduces by its rangy landscapes, striated by large vine wipes. Located in Gironde department, Bordeaux vineyard, near Gironde estuary, is irrigated by the river Garonne, the river Dordogne and its various affluents. With 117300 hectares of AOC vines (French top quality wines), 51 appelations and more than 8000 castles, Bordeaux vineyard is five times bigger than Burgundy or Beaujolais vineyards.
The uncomparable magnificence of terroirs and the quality of cultivated grapes offer to these wines a wide palette of tasty nuances that contribute to French wines reputation in the world. The quality of the wines is very different as the years go, sometimes mediocre, as in 1954 and 1968, sometimes exceptional like in 1929, 1947, 1961, 1982 and 1990.

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