Listrac-Médoc AOC is a red wine appellation (1957) covering the commune of Listrac-Médoc on the Bordeaux region’s left bank. It is the most westerly–and thus most distant from from the Gironde estuary–of the Haut-Médoc district’s six communally-named AOCs, namely Margaux AOC, Saint-Julien AOC, Pauillac AOC, Saint-Estèphe AOC and Moulis-en-Médoc AOC, its immediate neighbour to the south-east.
Vineyard Area 1,380ha
Eco initiatives: In 2014 Listrac launched an Environmental Management System (EMS).
Wine production: 1991 696ha. | 2002 29,154hl from 664 hectares (CIVB).
Certified organic: Château Fourcas-Hosten.
Other: Château Baudan. | Château Bibian. | Château Cap Leon Veyrin. | Château Clarke. | Château Ducuzeau. | Château Fonréaud. | Château Fourcas-Dumont. | Château Fourcas-Dupré. | Château Fourcas-Loubaney. | Château Jander. | Château Lestage. | Château Mayne-Lalande. | Château Reverdi. | Château Saransot-Dupré.