Entre-deux-Mers is a natural region in the great southwest of France located east of Bordeaux and 20km south of Saint Emilion.
Entre-deux-Mers displays a vast diversity of reliefs, exposures and soils (sands, clays, gravels and clay-limestone soils).
Over 7,000 hectares, forming the largest set of Controlled Appellations of Origin in Gironde, both white and red wines are produced.
The climate of the Entre-Deux-Mers vineyard is temperate oceanic. The vineyard is enclosed between two large bodies of water, the Garonne and the Dordogne, as its name suggests. As a result, humidity is very present and reinforced by the presence of other small rivers…
Château Rouquette also owns a few plots of Saint Emilion, a geographical area where its mythical and extremely rare wines have made the worldwide reputation of Saint Emilion and more generally of the Bordeaux vineyard.