Saint-Émilion and Pomerol are two star appellations within Bordeaux’s Right Bank and although they are both unique, they also have a few things in common. These neighbouring appellations became famous due to the distinct characteristics of their terroirs and their wines. That’s why we recommend that you take a trip to these vineyards just a stone’s throw away from Bordeaux itself to discover the secrets of these renowned appellations. Two Appellations, One Thing in Common: An Exceptional Terroir Saint-Émilion and Pomerol both have a slightly hilly topography of slopes and plateaus. However, some…
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