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The soil of the Margaux appellation is made up mainly of gravel and small stones. These are poor, highly porous soils which force the vines to develop a deep root system. All the ideal conditions for producing out standing wines come together here.
Angludet 's terroir is exceptionall yhomogeneous and is made up exclusively of gravels dating from the Mindel I glaciation period, which is unique in the Margaux appellation.
The Angludet plateau slopes gently down from 21 to 16 metres in altitude from north to south. This slight elevation explains the presence of windmills in the middle of the vineyards.They are authentic proof of the quality of this out standing terroir which is specific to the gravelly hillsides of the Médoc.