Cerons appellation is reserved for white still wines located south west ( Yellow ) within the Bordeaux wine area as seen in our Bordeaux wine glass. 

Cerons appellation is an enclave in the Graves region, situated downstream from Sauternes and Barsac.  

The soil is quite special, owing to its siliceous gravel and grainy sand and subsoil, clay - limestone with traces of iron oxide.  

This wine area produces sweet wines that are full bodied, complex with wonderful subtle flavours of exotic fruits.

Wines are made from the following grape varieties: Muscadelle, sauvignon, sauvignon gris and Semillon.

To comply with regulations, the vines must have a minimum planting density of 5,000 vines per hectare.  

The wines are aged at least until 15th April of the year following the year of harvest.  After the rearing period, the wines are marketed to the consumer from the 30th April  of the year following the harvest.

 The grape harvest, wine making and development are assured in the following territory the municipalities in the department of Gironde:

Cerons, Podensac and Illats.

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