Moulis


Appellation Moulis is reserved for still red wines, located North West ( Blue ) within the Bordeaux wine region as seen in our Bordeaux wine glass. 

 Moulis or Moulis en Medoc is a small village in the Haut Medoc,  located in the central part of the Medoc peninsula halfway between Margaux and Saint Julien.

The name Moulis, takes the form of a narrow strip that is twelve kilometers long and perpendicular to the Gironde Estuary being the most western appellation of communal Medoc that is not facing the estuary.  

It is also the smallest of the six Medoc communes, however boasts a wide variety of soils and terroirs. 

To conform to regulations, the vines have a minimal planting density of 7,000 vines per hectare.

Moulis appellation produces an average of 25,000 hectoliters of red wine and boasts of having many Cru Bourgeois Wines that combine elegance, power and complexity, some also say it has "spirit and vitality".

Wines are subject of ageing until at least 1st of June of the year following the harvest.  Packaging of the wines may take place on the 15 June following year of the harvest to which then may be marketed to the consumer from 1st July following the year after the harvest.

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