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With more than 120.000 hectares of vines, the Bordeaux wine region is one of the largest in the
world. The vines have been cultivated here for over 2,000 years. Indeed, it is one of the traditions that
was initiated by influential people of the city, of important ranks, at the beginning of the 1st century
under the reign of Augustus. In this region, red wines are in the majority. 80% of the vineyard is
planted with red grape varieties: Merlot represents 66% of the production area, 23% for Cabernet-
Sauvignon and 9.5% for Cabernet-Franc. Other minority varieties such as Malbec, Carmenère or
Petit Verdot represent 2.5% of the vineyard. The grape varieties used to make white wines are
Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle. The so-called "auxiliary" grape varieties are present in small
quantities (7%) and allow the wine's typicity to be enriched when the winemaker makes his blend.
Close to the Atlantic Ocean, the Dordogne, the Garonne and the Gironde estuary, Bordeaux benefits
from a temperate oceanic climate, mild and humid. The sunshine is ideal, which ensures good ripening
of the grapes, while the Landes forest attenuates and protects certain parts of the region. Divided into
6 geographical sectors, the region offers wines with different profiles but all with their own identity:
red wines, dry or sweet white wines, but also rosés, clairets or sparkling wines, it offers something
for all wine lovers!