Close to the confluence of the Dordogne and the Isle, and protected on its south-west
flank by the Tertre de Fronsac (a large hill). This outstanding terroir is nestled
between Saint-Emilion, Pomerol, and Fronsac.
The appellation Lalande de Pomerol has a wonderful microclimate: lots of warmth,
sunshine, and just the right amount of humidity.
While discovering this delightful region, and between two tastings, visitors
will discover valleys carpeted with vines as well as monuments and ruins going
back to the 12th century. This was when the monks (also Knights of Malta) were
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