Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve

£14.95 £16.95
  • Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve
  • Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve

Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve

£14.95 £16.95

AVAILABILITY: 41 in stock

Grape 73% Sauvignon Blanc, 27% Semillon
Style Dry, Medium Bodied, White, Fresh, Citrus Fruit, Floral, Spice, Food Friendly
Country France
Region Entre-Deux-Mers, Bordeaux
Volume 75cl
ABV 13%
Dietary Vegetarian, VeganSustainable

 

Experience the classic finesse of Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve; with its clear, pale yellow colour and green highlights, this elegant white wine offers aromatic notes of citrus fruits, white flowers and vanilla. On the palate, it has a very pleasing balance and freshness. A perfect pairing for shrimps, grilled fish, and salads, indulge in a glass of complex and balanced Chateau Bonnet!

Chateau Bonnet Blanc Reserve is currently available in The Wine Press, Dundee's Finest Wine Bar.

About the Producer

Les Vignobles André Lurton, currently one of the largest wineries in the Bordeaux region, is a family company.

André Lurton, the company’s founder, was a wine maker. For almost 70 years, he dedicated his life to his vines, as only a man born in a wine chateau could do. In March 2012, following a restructuration of the company, Credit Agricole Grands Crus subscribed to a capital increase of "Les Vignobles André Lurton" Compagny. 

Jacques Lurton now runs the family estates, he was nominated president of the group by his family in June 2019. His vast winemaking experience around the world over 30 years, has given him inspired and creative vision  which he “now”  transmits to the Vignobles Andre Lurton. Les Vignobles André Lurton has 640 hectares of vines, planted in the best soils over 6 prestigious Bordeaux appellations in Bordeaux.

Vineyard and Winery

Château Bonnet Réserve is made from selected plots of just a few hectares from among the estate's 120 hectares. This white wine is produced sustainably from Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grapes. 2020 was marked by very mild temperatures and contrasting precipitation: heavy spring rainfall was followed by an intense summer drought. The fairly mild winter led to early bud break. The summer heat gave way to cool nights in late August, ideal for ripening grapes. After skin-contact and settling the wine is fermented and then aged for a short period in oak barrels resulting in a well-balanced and rounded, perhaps more complex but extremely drinkable style of Bordeaux Blanc.

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