Blaye and Bourg

The Blayais and Bourgeais vineyards extend to the east of the Gironde on nearly 5 000 hectares on a mainly limestone soil, made up of hills overlooking the Dordogne river and the Gironde. The dominant grape varieties are in Blayais and Bourgeais , Cabernet (Sauvignon and Franc), Malbec or Merlot. There is a very small production of...
The Blayais and Bourgeais vineyards extend to the east of the Gironde on nearly 5 000 hectares on a mainly limestone soil, made up of hills overlooking the Dordogne river and the Gironde. The dominant grape varieties are in Blayais and Bourgeais , Cabernet (Sauvignon and Franc), Malbec or Merlot. There is a very small production of white wines. The wines are fruity, "pepper" a little in the nose, slightly spiced. They can be powerful, even austere in the year they are bottled, and perfectly accompany red meats and simple meals. They are still excellent value for money. Perfect for discovering Bordeaux wines.
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