Bordeaux Wine Country Guide
Bordeaux is synonymous with Cabernet Sauvignon and red wine, but there's so much more. Discover your next favorite wine with this dynamic guide.
Bordeaux (pronounced “bore-doh”) is world-famous for its age-worthy, dry red wines, some of which are the most expensive wines in the world.
Ranging from Cabernet Sauvignon blends from historic wineries in the Médoc to Merlot and Cabernet Franc-based wines from “garagistes” in Libournais, Bordeaux has a range of red wines to choose from.
If you dig deeper you'll discover white Bordeaux, made from Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, and sweet wines, likeSauternes (pronounced: “sew-tearn”) which are highly collectible!
Fun facts about Bordeaux
- Every second 20 bottles of Bordeaux wine are sold around the world.
- Bordeaux has nearly 6,000 wineries, 53 appellations, and approximately 272 000 acres (110,075 hectares) of vineyards.
- Grapes have been grown here for almost 2,000 years.
- The most planted grape variety of Bordeaux is Merlot.
- 89% of all wine made in Bordeaux is red.
Learn more in the Bordeaux Wine Guide
Let's dive into everything about Bordeaux wine. This guide integrates dynamic data provided directly from Bordeaux’s wineries with useful, expert-made information to help you find what you like.
We hope the Bordeaux Wine Guide offers a comprehensive exploration of the region so you can discover your next favorite winery.