The vineyard of Bordeaux is the vineyard of all the vineyards of the department of Gironde, in the South-West of France. Some of the wines produced here are among the most famous and expensive in the world, making Bordeaux a world reference.

The production of the vineyard is varied: about 80% of red wines (such as pomerol or pauillac) and 20% dry white wines (such as inter-deux-mers or pessac-léognan). The existence of 63 different appellations within the vineyard is explained by the diversity of terroirs, ie types of soils, cultivated grape varieties, cultivation and winemaking practices.


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