The south-facing exposure enjoyed by the wines of Lussac Saint-Emilion radiates from the glass like rays of sunlight. Tasted young, these wines are intense with leather, prune and liquorice notes. As they mature, they mellow and become pleasantly robust. A magical transformation? It is true that the site was considered a sacred place for the druids, but this transformation is instead the result of the terroir and its naturally drained soils of clay, Périgord sand and limestone.