Saint-Julien

Grands Crus of Saint-Julien: . Saint Julien is the smallest appellation of Médoc by size (896 ha), but one of the largest by the name, with 11 crus graded on some 40 properties. The styles of wine can vary from one castle to another, but the tasters recognize in Saint-Julien wines dense, powerful and concentrated, with a great finesse. More concentrated than Margaux, finer than Pauillacs, the wines of Saint-Julien are mostly red. But, as elsewhere in the Médoc, it produces wines from the Bordeaux white appellation.

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