One of the four main wine producing regions of Bordeaux, France, Saint-Emilion's viticulture has deep historical roots with evidence of Roman wine production in 56BC. The primary varietal cultivated in Saint-Emilion is Merlot, supported by the classic Bordeaux Blend Red varietals Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec.
Wines from the region have a satin like texture with a round palate of dark berry aroma, particularly raspberries, and flavour. Excellent aging potential which contribute chocolate, leather and tobacco notes to the aroma over time.\
The Saint-Emilion region as a whole is moving towards more biodynamic and environmentally sensitive methods of vine cultivation. From 2019, new labelling guidelines ensure that the Saint-Emilion label is only applied to wines that have undergone biodynamic or organic methods of production.