Blaye–Côtes de Bordeaux AOC is an appellation for wines of all three colours from 40 communes (listed below) on the right bank of the Bordeaux region, and is part of the Côtes de Bordeaux group. It was previously called Premieres Côtes de Blaye AOC.

Vineyard area & wine production: 265,798hl of red and 10,837hl of white (Guide Hachette des Vins 2004, p.221).

Communes (40): Anglade. | Berson. | Blaye. | Braud-et-Saint-Louis. | Campugnan. | Cars. | Cartèlegue. | Cavignac. | Cézac. | Civrac-de-Blaye. | Cubnezais. | Donnezac. | Étauliers. | Eyrans. | Fours. | Générac. | Laruscade. | Marcenais. | Marcillac. | Marsas. | Mazion. | Plassac. | Pleine-Selve. | Reignac. | Saint-Androny. | Saint-Aubin-de-Blaye. | Saint-Caprais-de-Blaye. | Saint-Christoly-de-Blaye. | Saint-Ciers-sur-Gironde. | Saint-Genès-de-Blaye. | Saint-Girons-d’Aiguevives. | Saint-Mariens. | Saint-Martin-Lacaussade. | Saint-Palais. | Saint-Paul. | Saint-Savin. | Saint-Seurin-de-Cursac. | Saint-Vivien-de-Blaye. | Saint-Yzan-de-Soudiac. | Saugon.

Wineries

Certified Biodynamic | Château Nodot. | Château Peybonhomme-les-Tours. | Château Roland La Garde. | Château Sainte-Luce-Bellevue. | Domaine Decombe.

Other: Château Perdoulle. | Vignobles Germain.