For those who prefer finesse, the Graves and Pessac-Léognan typically offer very fine and delicate tannins. There are both excellent red, white and excellent.
The first vines were planted Graves there 2000 years. It is certainly the oldest vineyards of Bordeaux and an excellent floor that spans 3420 hectares. The name of the label comes from the fact that the soil is poor and gravel surfaces more or less wholesale from the evening, restore the vine part of the stored heat of the sun the day. The wines produced here are thin, delicate, and offer excellent price / quality ratio.
First eroded by urbanization around Bordeaux, Pessac-Léognan is now stabilized at about 1,610 acres on the strength of producers who compose (500ha in 1975). The AOC Pessac-Léognan has spearheaded the Château Haut-Brion, but also Château Smith Haut-Lafitte and rising stars such as Château Seguin.
V.A.T Excl. per 75Cl bottle