One of the largest appellations in the Bordeaux region, the name roughly translates as 'between two seas', the seas being the Dordogne and Garonne rivers, which form the northern and southern edges of it.
The limestone, sand and clay soils allow the growing of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle grapes, which are used for the production of fresh and dry white wines that should ideally be drunk young. Chateau Reynier have been producing Entre Deux Mers inside their 'wine caves' for many years, it having a limpid, crisp and clean-cut taste.
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