Cave Saint-Brice offers tours, tastings, and wine for sale.
In the northwest of Bordeaux, the Médoc — the peninsula between the Atlantic and the Gironde — provides the microclimate that gave rise to famed appellations including Margaux, Paulliac, St.-Julien and St.-Estephe. The routes between the grand wine houses is such a joy to travel.
La Folie is attached to its own private vineyard of merlot grapes on 80-year-old vines, producing 1500 bottles a year as part of the Cave Saint-Brice wine co-op, the oldest in the Médoc.
Cave Saint-Brice is within walking distance of La Folie, and is the oldest wine co-op in the Médoc, with over fifty families participating. Saint-Brice wines reflect the traditions of winemaking, the respect for terroir, and a passion for great wines.
Our corner of the Médoc
Come stay in the Médoc and explore this extraordinary part of the world, with its wine-country cadences and traditions. With beaches and seafood, vineyards and towns, and the excitement of the city of Bordeaux, you'll love every minute.