Côtes de Bordeaux-Cadillac AOC | Red wine only appellation covering 39 communes on the right bank of the Bordeaux region. It was called Premières-Côte-de-Bordeaux until 2008 when it was renamed as part of the creation of the Côtes de Bordeaux group. 

Communes | Bassens. | Baurech. | Béguey. | Bouliac. | Cadillac. | Cambes. | Camblanes-et-Meynac. | Capian. | Carbon-Blanc. | Cardan. | Carignan-de-Bordeaux. | Cénac. | Cenon. | Donzac. | Floirac. | Gabarnac. | Haux. | Langoiran. | Laroque. | Latresne. | Lestiac-sur-Garonne. | Lormont. | Loupiac. | Monprimblanc. | Omet. | Paillet. | Quinsac. | Rions. | Saint-Caprais-de Bordeaux. | Saint-Germain-de-Grave. | Saint-Maixant. | Sainte-Croix-du-Mont. | Sainte-Eulalie. | Semens. | Tabanac. | Le Tourne. | Verdelais. | Villeneuve-de-Rions. | Yvrac.

Terroir | The region overlooks both the Graves AOC and Sauternes AOC across the Garonne to the west. 

Soil | Calcareous clay and molasses (clastic sedimentary rock formations).

Bibliography

Andrew Jefford, The New France (Mitchell Beazley, 2006 revised edition). 

Oz Clarke, Oz Clarke Wine A-Z (Pavilion, 2015), p66.