In wine cellars in the region. You can also enjoy a tasting at the CIVB wine bar in Bordeaux.
You might say the Pomerol terroir, based on its exceptional geological composition and special micro-climate, has an exclusive character. It has more or less compact sandy and gravelly surfaces on a subsoil base containing iron oxides. Add the savoir-faire of Pomerol winemakers who continue to demonstrate that tradition and innovation have always gone hand in hand in making Pomerol, the wine that makes people love wine.
Pomerol may come as a surprise to those who don’t know this great Bordeaux wine’s character. Full of Burgundy character, it combines Médoc finesse with Saint-Emilion generosity.
Wines come from a terroir perfectly suited to growing grapes and which benefits from a sunny, warm and sufficiently humid climate.
Indeed, Lalande-de-Pomerol winegrowers manage their vineyards and produce their wines employing a level of care that only comes from long established traditions and a true love for the land.
With a mix of different grape variety plots, selected based on soils and subsoils, allows them to produce a full range of wines with great finesse and aromas.
Lalande-de-Pomerol has a rich colour. Powerful and velvety smooth, with aromas of truffle, violets and woodland undergrowth, notable for their delicacy and distinction.