Château Dauzac, a Margaux ”Grand Cru Classé” according to the 1855 classification, has the privilege of having a one-block 49 hectares vineyard: 45 hectares with the Margaux appellation and 4 hectares with the Haut-Médoc appellation. Located near the Gironde estuary whose influence on the vineyard’s ecosystem is critical, the property is protected from ocean winds thanks to 120 hectares of meadows and forests
Aurore de Dauzac is a single vineyard located on the far eastern side of the Dauzac estate, where the sun rises. In 1670, this plot had already been described as the “rising sun vines” (Au¬rore means dawn in French) and today it produces a fresh wine with intense fruitiness.
Region: Bordeaux, France
Grapes: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot