Facing Saint-Emilion, Saint-Georges’ rich history is reflected in its wines. They have velvety tannins and a deep purple appearance, tending towards tile red as they age. The blackcurrant and red fruit nose develops and gains woody, spicy notes. Saint-Georges Saint – Emilion wines have excellent ageing potential, giving you the time to discover the architectural charms of the smallest appellation of Saint Emilion – Pomerol – Fronsac : 200 hectares of cultivated land.
Saint-Georges Saint-Emilion Wine Syndicate
55 le bourg BP 19
33570 MONTAGNE – FRANCE