Saint-Émilion is a town situated between Bordeaux and the Périgord area, in the department of «La Gironde» and the «Aquitaine» region. Its vineyard landscape is a World Heritage Site.
Saint-Emilion is very famous for the great wines of its traditional châteaux (cellars), especially those of the Merlot variety. Saint Émilon wines included in wines from the Bordeaux Area, possess the Saint Émilion (Appellation d'origine protégée) quality label. The Saint-Emilion vineyard produces a wine that the English have named "King of Wines'', the King of Wines.
The authorized varieties are: Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Carménère, Cot or Malbec and Merlot.
St Emilion wines are presented dressed in an intense purple color. They offer a nose of wild strawberry and currant. With age, they show notes of sweet spices, vanilla, leather and smoked. On the palate, they are marked by solid, silky tannins, which give them an elegant structure.

Saint Emilion