What is the difference between left bank and right bank Bordeaux?
Correspondingly, is Margaux left or right bank?
The region spans the left bank of the Gironde from the mouth of the river to the city of Bordeaux and includes the four famous communes of St-Estephe, Pauillac, St. Julien and Margaux.
Subsequently, question is, is St Emilion Left Bank? The Left Bank consists of wines from the following major appellations; Margaux St. Julien Pauillac St. Estephe, Haut Medoc and Pessac Leognan appellations. The Left Bank of Bordeaux is the home to all of the official 1855 Classified Bordeaux wines.
Keeping this in consideration, is Pomerol left or right bank?
Pomerol is a sub-region in the Libournais which is located on the "right bank" of the Dordogne river as it flows westward into the Gironde Estuary which is home to the "left bank" wine regions of Médoc.
What does right bank mean?
The left and right bank refers to either side of the Gironde river and its two subsidiaries, the Dordogne and Garonne. Land above the rivers is known as the Right Bank while anything below falls into the Left Bank.