Since the middle of the first millennium, the wines of Pomerol and its ancestral terroir have, despite a sometimes chaotic history, always managed to regenerate their reputation, always proposing the most exceptional wine, both traditional and modern. The appellation, stretching over 800 hectares, straddles the municipalities of Pomerol, Lalande de Pomerol and Libourne.

The grape varieties used in Pomerol wines are mainly Merlot with a touch of Cabernet-franc and a hint of Cabernet-Sauvignon. In some areas, Cot, Petit Verdot and Malbec can also be found.

The great specialists define it as a wine that is "remarkably identifiable, full-bodied, combining the finesse and length of the greatest wines of Bordeaux." The excellence of this wine allows both connoisseurs and simple amateurs to experience an unforgettable moment each time it is tasted.

The prestigious appellation Pomerol, next door to Saint-Emilion, has always resisted classification! They are no rankings between the vintages, which has never stopped these wines from becoming the most famous and best-loved anywhere in the world.

Find out more: Syndicat des vins de Pomerol