Bordeaux – France

Saint-Julien is a small but important red wine appellation of the Haut-Médoc district on the Left Bank of Bordeaux in south-western France. Its reputation is based on its status as a reliable source of consistently elegant, age-worthy wines.

The appellation laws for Saint-Julien – established in 1936 with many other regulations in Bordeaux – state that its wines must be made from grapes grown in the commune of Saint-Julien Beychevelle, or very specific parts of the communes of Cussac and Saint-Laurent. The document lists the plots (parcelles) eligible for the title.

The grapes permitted for use here are Cabernet-Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, Carmenère, Petit Verdot and Malbec. They must come from vineyards planted to a minimum density of 6500 plants per hectare (2631 per acre), with specified vine-management techniques.

大寶四級酒莊大寶四級酒莊RP 88
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大寶酒莊副牌大寶酒莊副牌RP 91; WE 89
寶嘉龍二級酒莊寶嘉龍二級酒莊RP 97
寶嘉龍酒莊副牌寶嘉龍酒莊副牌RP 91-93
拉斯卡斯酒莊副牌拉斯卡斯酒莊副牌RP 91
杜魯克酒莊杜魯克酒莊Branaire RP 89
歌麗雅莊園歌麗雅莊園RP 88
歌麗雅莊園歌麗雅莊園, RP 85
聖皮爾莊四級莊園聖皮爾莊四級莊園RP 88
金玫瑰莊副牌金玫瑰莊副牌RP 90
金玫瑰莊副牌金玫瑰莊副牌, , Gruaud RP 86
金玫瑰莊副牌金玫瑰莊副牌Gruaud RP 86
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