Contrary to what one might think, Moulis does not come from the Latin "molinis " which means "mill" but from " moles ", meaning "earthwork or masonry". Perhaps because Moulis has been inhabited for a very long time, as evidenced by the discovery of the remains of a first century villa and an early Christian chapel. If its fortified Romanesque church is worth a look, rare clamshells and the tumultuous stone of Pey Berland's mother, it is also for the wines that we will stop here. Moulis is the smallest Médoc appellation in terms of surface area - 632 ha, i.e. 4 % of the total Médoc vineyard.

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