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One of the famous six parishes (next to Listrac-Médoc. Margaux. Moulis. Pauillac and Saint-Julien ) within the French area Haut-Médoc, which are appellations of their own and may bear the community name on the bottle label. It is the northernmost municipality and covers around 1,380 hectares of vineyards almost 50 kilometers north of Bordeaux, The area is one of the oldest wine-growing areas in the Médoc and dates back to the 13th century. Saint-Estèphe is located at the estuary Gironde and was an important port at that time. The loamy subsoil over an iron-containing stone layer consists of clay, clay and lime mixed with stones. The soil is more fertile than in the southern communities. In addition to the dominant variety Cabernet Sauvignon there is a relatively high percentage of Merlot, The tannin-rich, color-intensive, long-lived red wines are more acidic than the other five.