Bordeaux wine from the popular Médoc region in France

Just because you’re hitting the town with your girls and getting your groove on consuming plenty of red wine, that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t know the wine you’re drinking. Show your class when you order a Bordeaux from Médoc and educate your mates too!

French do wine extremely well. In particular, discover Bordeaux

Get your posh on with a cabernet sauvignon and merlot blend of Bordeaux

If there is one thing the French do exceptionally well, that is to make extremely good wine. You can pardon your French if you do not know the ins and outs of your Bordeaux, but it may be about time to start learning. This is a delicious blend made mainly of cabernet sauvignon and merlot. Sometimes, winemakers will throw in a few other grapes too, and they go by the names of petit verdot, malbec and cabernet franc. As snazzy as they sound, the flavours in a Bordeaux wine are even more so!
Do taste Bordeaux wine from the Médoc region!

Explore the flavours, bottle after bottle

Bordeaux from the Médoc region, on left bank of the Gironde Estuary, uses a predominantly cabernet sauvignon blend. The soil is rich and, because it is close to the Atlantic Ocean, it gives the wine earthy and mineral notes. Take a sip and enjoy as your taste buds flicker under the wine trying to distinguish between all the beautiful and rich flavours that are released. This is your excuse to drink up and indulge, bottle after bottle. Because, after all, it is all in the name of brushing up on and developing your wine knowledge and tasting skills. Even better, head to the Gironde Estuary on a mission of reconnaissance!