- From the vines to the wine
- History and points of interest
A continental climate marked by dry and rigorous winters and summers that are hotter than in the rest of the Bordeaux region.
The climate determines the harvest profile.
The greatest vintages are always a result of hot and dry summers followed by a warm Indian summer.
Our hillsides fully benefit from the morning sun that allows the grapes to achieve perfect maturity.
Bordered by the Isle and Dordogne valleys where the dominant winds coming from the west are stronger, the Francs Côtes de Bordeaux appellation receives less water than its regional neighbours.