Château Laurès is a tiny ancient commune of Gornac in the Entre Deux Mers region. Its’ vineyards are centuries old and the Entre Deux Mers is the oldest wine producing area of Bordeaux. The Romans made wines here and the countryside is dotted with relics from bygone times. Entre Deux Mers is a limestone island between the great rivers Garonne and Dordogne. The limestone is well drained and we can even found fossilised oyster shells in the soil. These geographical specialties give the wines a mineral character which is unique to the region.