Landscape Libournais region
Saint-Émilion village
Landscape Côtes de Castillon region
Landscape AOC Margaux region
Landscape Entre-Deux-Mers
Landscape Entre-Deux-Mers
Côteaux Entre-Deux-Mers
Château AOC Côtes de Francs
Château AOC Pessac-Léognan
Saint-Estèphe A.O.C.
This Saint does not appear on the Saints calendar ; Saint-Estèphe’s world-wide fame comes from its wine

The diversity of the terroirs by the side of the estuary and a greater proportion of Merlot grapes combine to produce wines worth discovering.

The most prestigious growths come from the plateau convex side, along the gravelly plateaus called “croupes” which ensure good draining and a sunnier exposure.
Saint-Estèphe Château Cos d’Estournel
The wines can be slightly rough and rustic when young, they require a few years to find themselves and develop a complex bouquet. They have an excellent and very rich tannic content and show a beautiful dark red hue.

Robust but without excess, they can age for a very long time, while keeping youth and freshness.

Categories of Crus : 5 Crus Classés, 43 Crus Bourgeois, 25 Crus Artisans and others Crus

Area : 1,370 ha

Average yearly production :
8,300,000 bottles
Perfect accompaniments

Drink with duck or goose confits, pintadeau à l’armagnac (guinea fowl), game such as boar, deer, hare ; and generally with any dish
both simple and sophisticated