Starting in the 13th century, vine planting continued throughout the appellation until the 18th century, a key moment in which wine-making techniques and understanding of quality was greatly improved. Ideally located with its post on the Gironde river, Pauillac became a gateway for all the wine of the Médoc. The terrior, from which the most famous of all Médoc appellations are made, is known for its particularly gravelly soil. Ruby in colour, powerful in body, the wines benefits from long ageing time to unveil their complexity and finesse.
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