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Bordeaux, perhaps the most well known wine-growing region in France, lies along the Gironde River on the west coast of France. In 1356, the Black Prince (Edward of Woodstock, from England) annexed two villages in the region, Tauriac and Bourg-sur-Gironde, thus the name Prince de Tabourg. These wines have the elegance and charm for which Bordeaux is known.