The Tasting Pass is essential to discover and taste the quality and diversity of Bordeaux and New Aquitaine wines. Take advantage of the exceptional price of €16 from March 10th to June 7th (instead of €21).
Graves and Sauternes
The birth place of Bordeaux wines, the Graves, Sauternes , Pessac-Léognan and Barsac regions offers a formidable diversity of prestigious wines in red, dry and sweet white wines.
On the left bank of the Garonne river lie the prestigious vineyards of Pessac-Léognan, Graves, Sauternes and Barsac that stretch on 5 appellations from Bordeaux in the North to Langon in the South.
These vineyards, at the origin of the "Grand Vins de Bordeaux," are cultivated with passion and know-how by 450 winegrowers, offering a large diversity of wines of great finesse in 3 colours, Reds, Dry whites and desert wines.
In the heart of this territory, the prestigious Classified Great Growths of 1855 and the Crus Classés of Graves of which the illustrious Château Yquem and Château Haut-Brion, perpetuate the tradition of excellence and prestige of this winegrowing region.
On the Graves-Sauternes booth, come and meet the winegrowers of this region at the origin of “ The Grands Vins de Bordeaux “ !
The Graves-Sauternes region, it’s :
- 7300 hectares of vines
- 5 appellations
- 3 colors
- 42 Classified Growths
- 263 000 hl producted
- A wine route in Graves and Sauternes traverses the vineyards from Bordeaux to Langon
“Wines from the South bank — Pessac-Léognan, Graves, Sauternes and Barsac — boast an aromatic palette based around three colours: from golden yellow to deep red. The dynamic nature of our winemaking, whether Grands Crus Classé or not, produces elegant wines, often created by men and women looking for a nectar that has a strong identity. To taste them is to fall under their charm!”