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Excellence de France



The discovery of France and its Terroir


Bordeaux, a Terroir of Excellence:

Francois montand

The major reason for the success of winemaking in the Bordeaux region is the excellent environment for growing vines. The geological foundation of the region is limestone, leading to a soil structure that is heavy in calcium. The Gironde estuary dominates the regions along with its tributaries, the Garonne and the Dordogne rivers, and together irrigates the land and provides an Atlantic Climate, also known as an oceanic climate, for the region.
The soil of Bordeaux is composed of gravel, sandy stone, and clay. The region's best vineyards are located on the well drained gravel soils that are frequently found near the Gironde River.

The AOP Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur:

Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur appellation wines may be produced anywhere in the Bordeaux vineyard. These wines, which represent over 50% of Bordeaux's production, embody the much-appreciated Bordeaux style of harmonious elegance and aromatic complexity.



Bordeaux Red

Appellation d'Origine Protégée

Colour: Very deep, brilliant garnet colour with fuchsia highlights.

Nose: Powerful, fruity and persistent nose with fruits, cinnamon and liquorice.

Palate: Rich, full-bodied, well structured.

Recommendations: Serve with grilled red meats plain or in sauce, game and cheeses.

Serving condition: 16 – 18°C.

Merlot, Pays d'Oc


Colour: Clear, very intense, garnet red to purple.

Nose: Red fruit, blackcurrants, cherries, raspberry jam.

Palate: Wine with velvet tannins and fine long taste.

Recommendations: The perfect accompaniment to white meats, poultry, barbecues, salads.

Serving condition: 16 – 18°C.

Cabernet-Sauvignon, Pays d'Oc


Colour: Clear, very intense, garnet red to purple.

Nose: Red fruit, blackcurrants, green peppers, with notes of spices and hay. Typical this variety.

Palate: Fine tannic body, notes of liquorice, fine and length of taste.

Recommendations: This red wine may be served with red meat such as beef, game, cold meats.

Serving condition: 16 – 18°C.

Vin de France Red


Colour: Ruby red with a good
intensity and a deep purple tinge.

Nose: A very fruity wine, characterised by notes of blackcurrant and raspberry.

Palate: A very supple, round and rich wine.

Recommendations: Serve on its own as an aperitif or with red meat, cold meats, salad.

Serving condition: 10 – 12°C.



Colour: Light yellow, clear, fine and persistent bubbles.

Nose: Fruity, fine and elegant.

Palate: Rich, harmonious and balanced wine.

Recommendations: Serve as an aperitif and with desserts.

Serving condition: 5 – 7°C.



Colour: Stunning salmon-pink tones, very attractive colour.

Nose: Fruity and expressive.

Palate: Harmonious and balanced.

Recommendations: As an aperitif or for a party.

Serving condition: 5 – 7°C.

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