The Entre-Deux-Mers Appellation, between the Dordogne and Garonne rivers, has made considerable technical advances. It offers surprises with its lively and smooth dry white wines, and with its highly aromatic Sauvignons.
While the primary grape variety cultivated in Entre-deux-Mers is Sauvignon, Sémillon is its preferred partner. Muscadelle sometimes adds highly appreciated wild and musky notes.
The wines are produced in clay-limestone soils and are distinguished by a thirst-quenching freshness, but also by good persistence of aromas with notes of citrus, yellow flowers and exotic fruit.
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