The Saint-Julien appellation is situated in the heart of the Médoc vineyards. The 900 hectares of vineyards border the estuary of the Gironde, on one of the most homogeneous terroirs of all the communal appellations of the Médoc.
On the ridges of the Garonne, the soils are composed of the ancient Quaternary gravel, in its heart, which become siliceous further west. This soil type provides the natural drainage perfectly suited to grape cultivation. Saint-Julien contains no fewer than 11 classified growths that cover a large proportion of the appellation.
The wines of the Saint-Julien appellation distinguish themselves by their natural finesse and successful balance. Their style creates a splendid link between the elegance of the Margaux wines and the power of the Pauillacs.

For more information, please visit the website: ODG de Saint-Julien
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