Montagne St Emilion

The Montagne de St Emilion lies directly opposite St Emilion. It benefits from almost identical weather conditions as one would expect from their proximity. In fact the two communes are just separated by a small stream called the Barbanne. The terroir is similar to that of St Emilion too. There are pockets of limestone and clay limestone, which produce rich, concentrated wines and there are lesser plots on sandy, gravelly soils, which make lighter, less tannic wines. Plantings are dominated by Merlot, with about 30% given to Cabernet Franc. Cabernet Sauvignon is difficult to ripen, so is reserved for only the warmest, best exposures.

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