The finest wines have exceptional ageing potential. The terroir is composed of 770 hectares of vines that produce 31,000 hectolitres of wine annually. The vines grow on a gravelly clay soil that gives Merlot its full place and allows it to express its aromas. The ground is absolutely flat and the sunshine is perfectly homogeneous, no monuments to provide shade! The wines of the AOC Pomerol have dark, dark ruby reflections. Merlot is manifested in its violet aromas that dominate the nose. In the mouth, Pomerol combines finesse and intensity. Multiple aromas (blackberry, red fruits) accompany powerful tannins that soften with time, developing an aromatic bouquet of rare complexity, but do not lose any of its velvety impression. These remarkable red wines are often compared to very fine Bordeaux wines. As for the harmony between food and wine, this great wine goes well with all meats (red or white), especially with a truffle roast, but also with cheese.