There’s great terroir scattered all over Bordeaux. It's not just in the famous (and expensive) appellations. Look around and you'll find limestone slopes outside Saint-Émilion, gravel beds beyond the Médoc. Even Pétrus' famous blue clay, “smectite” (ok, maybe not the best name) can be found far from Pomerol’s borders.But all of those soils in one place, laid out in an orderly way like some picture perfect terroir textbook? Impossible!In Château Biac we actually found just such a place. It's one of the most beautiful and well-situated properties We've ever laid eyes on: a gently sloping amphitheater descending to the Garonne river, with vines organized into tidy plots according to soil-type. Gravel on one side, clay and limestone on the other, and even pockets of smectite visible in the cliff face.
Cabernet Sauvignon , Merlot , Red Blend
Earthy , Fruity , Minerally