Côtes-de-Bourg is situated in the north of Bordeaux, on the right bank of Gironde river and is among the oldest Bordeaux vineyard.
The appellation covers 3 950 ha of red vines planted of mainly Merlot, Cabernet-Sauvignon and Malbec, representing a production of around 180 000 hl. While the white vines cover only 29 ha planted of principally Sauvignon Blanc, Colombard, Sémillon and producing just 1 200 hl each year.
Côtes-de-Bourg reds are attractive and recognized for their great quality: fruity, round, with a powerful and warm mouth. The whites are harmonious, dry and fruity and finally well balanced mouth.
The exceptional terroir is composed of three soils types: quaternary sil, very specific to the appellation, with predominant sand and clay and clay-limestone, fairly widespread in the region.