Municipality of nearly 3,500 inhabitants, in Gironde, in the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region, Arsac takes place about twenty kilometers from the very touristy city of Bordeaux. It is located in the heart of the Médoc, not far from Parempuyre, Blanquefort and Soussans.
Populated since the Gallo-Roman era, the territory of Arsac has developed over the centuries, becoming dependent on the chatellenie of Blanquefort in the Middle Ages. Full of charm and authenticity, the town now benefits from the economic aura of Bordeaux and more widely from the tourist attraction of a region which has been able to highlight all its architectural and natural assets.
Dynamic and friendly, the city of Arsac also enjoys a certain reputation in the sector thanks to its wine producers, some of whom benefit from the Margaux appellation.