In the Southeast of France, on the banks of the Gironde estuary, you will discover wines with a very unique history and fame.
Your oenologist guide will tell you that this was once a vast marshy area. Drained in the 16th century, it attracted wine merchants from as far as the British Isles, who based their production here.
Meet wine-producers, taste the full-bodied Médoc wines, and discover how the alluvial soil makes them unique. Vintages make a great difference, so learn from the wine producers before taking a few bottles with you. In ten years, you will be happy you did.