There are many great Bordeaux wines, such as Château Bouscaut, Château Pape Clément or the various châteaux of Haut-Brion... The main red grape variety is Merlot, associated with Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, the Semillon grape variety is the most represented in white, completed in particular with Sauvignon and Muscadelle. To the eye, the red Bordeaux wines are dark ruby-coloured, indicating their ageing potential. White wines have golden or emerald tints. There is a whole diversity of them, from dry wines to sweet whites, including sweet (higher gravel). The aromas are recognizable with the marked presence of violet and some surprising aromas of coffee or smoke. The whites are reminiscent of broom and citrus fruits. Some of them are matured in barrels to develop the richness of their aromas over time. On the palate, the red surprises with its balance between structure and roundness, while the whites are very aromatic in bloom.