Clos Floridene, Rouge, Graves, 2011

  Denis Dubourdieu

Clos Floridene, Rouge, Graves

Contains Sulphites.

Appellation: Graves

Grave AOC, is a vast region, spanning over 50 kilometres directly south of Bordeaux town. Its name originates from the gravelly soils deposited here in the last ice age, which impart much of the character associated with their mineral whites and sophisticated reds. Grave is the only Bordeaux region that produces quality reds, whites and sweet wines. The region encompasses many smaller communes such as Pessac Leognan, Sauternes and Barsac.