The Graves region, stretching south from the city of Bordeaux to Langon and beyond, produces a wide range of excellent wines. It has been famous for its dry and semi-sweet white wines, as well as its red wines, as early as the 13th and 14th centuries. These were very popular with the English and Dutch, who spread their reputation worldwide.
The appellation is the only one in the world whose name identifies the nature of its terroir: graves = gravel. The soil is ideal for winegrowing, and virtually unsuited to any other crop.


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