Chateau Gruaud Larose is a Saint-Julien whose particularity is that its 82 hectares of vines are in a single, undivided vineyard. With soils that consist of quaternary gravel on a substratum of tertiary clay it possesses the ideal combination for ensuring that the Cabernet-Sauvignon (majority), Merlot, Cabernet-Franc and Malbec receive correct nutrition and reach full ripeness. Carrying a long winemaking tradition of excellence that spans over 300 years, Chateau Gruaud-Larose belongs to the class of wines who boast a legendary style of finesse. This "wine of kings and the king of wines," according to the estate's motto, is the result of a passionate commitment to crafting aromatic and beautifully floral wines (Larose) with an unmistakable minerality derived from the gravel terroir (Gruaud). In the appellation Saint-Julien, Chateau Gruaud-Larose wines are a predominately Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot blend.