Wine & Tradition | AOP Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur - Wine & Tradition
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AOP Bordeaux & Bordeaux Superieur

A.O.P introduction

AOP Bordeaux and AOP Bordeaux Superieur both come from the same geographic area and are made with the same varietals (Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc). The main difference between both appelation is the way the vines are planted. For Bordeaux superieur there must be 4 500 plants per hectare with a distance of 2.2 meters between rows compared to 4 000 plants per hectare with a distance of 2.5 meters for regular Bordeaux. Both these wines are easy to understand and drink young.


Bordeaux, France