Entre-deux-Mers appellation extends between the Dordogne and the Garonne river, on the west of Bordeaux.
The 1500 ha of vineyard produces on average 80 000 hl of dry white wines each year. The region produces also red and rosé wines but under Bordeaux and Bordeaux Supérieur appellations.
The Decree of 1953 defines the specific conditions for production and designates Sauvignon Blanc, Sémillon and Muscadelle the three grape varieties that will make up the blend.
This blending gives to Entre-deux-Mers wines its special great floral freshness, both dry and intense, lively and fruity.
The soils are combining sand, gravel, clay coats left by the two river and more ancient limestone rock. This inimitable soils diversity and varieties offer to the vines an ideal environment to grow.