It is situated in the heart of the Médoc vineyards. Its 900 hectares form a rectangle 5 kilometers long and 3.5 kilometers wide bordering the estuary of the Gironde on one of the most homogenous terroirs of all the Médoc community appellations. Ancient in its core, consisting of hilltops of Garonne quaternary gravel, its soils become more siliceous farther west. This soil type provides the natural drainage perfectly suited to grape cultivation. Saint-Julien contains no fewer than 11 classified growths that cover a large proportion of the appellation.
The wine is characterized by a dense ruby color with purple hues.
Taste wine full-bodied, very elastic, with well integrated tannins, juicy notes of dark berries, which are complemented by nuances of oak wood. The finish is dry.
Aromatic bouquet of wine is filled with tones of dark fruit, spice and earthy nuances.