The vineyard is located at the tip of the Médoc, which means "Middle Earth", between the Atlantic Ocean and the estuary of the Gironde. The hallmark of the Médoc vineyards, this is the series of small hills gravel called "ridges": mixtures of gravel, sand and gravel, overlooking the estuary.
Crossed by the 45th parallel, the Medoc climate is moderately warm, moist, strong sunshine and mild winters. It is a micro-climax ideal for viticulture.
Located at the tip of the Medoc, about 6 km from the Gironde Estuary, 12 km from the ocean, Chateau Meric benefit from this unique and privileged microclimate on a "rump" Médocaine named the Butte de Jau, to 14 meters above the sea level.
Land area consist mainly of alluvial and generate serious high quality wine.
Enjoying a privileged microclimate between the Gironde estuary and the ocean, vineyards in the Medoc tradition is exclusively planted grape varieties on bass.
These farming methods, preserving the balance between soil and vines, associated with the use of latest technologies, promote the development of a wine with a strong personality, prized for its finesse and aging potential.