The Saint-Julien appellation

It is situated in the heart of the Médoc vineyards. Its 900 hectares form a rectangle 5 kilometers long and 3.5 kilometers wide bordering the estuary of the Gironde on one of the most homogenous terroirs of all the Médoc community appellations.

Ancient in its core, consisting of hilltops of Garonne quaternary gravel, its soils become more siliceous farther west. This soil type provides the natural drainage perfectly suited to grape cultivation. Saint-Julien contains no fewer than 11 classified growths that cover a large proportion of the appellation.


The wines of the Saint-Julien appellation distinguish themselves for their natural finesse and successful balance. Their style creates a splendid link between the finesse of the Margaux wines and the power of the Pauillacs’.



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