Price of a bottle: €21
Dry whites produced in Médoc are rare... That of the Château, fermented and aged in oak barrels, has been characteristic of the Loudenne terroir since 1880, making it the oldest producer of white in the region.
75% Sauvignon blanc - 25% Sémillon. 2017 vintage.
Fermentation and aging in barrels.
High Environmental Value (HVE) certified at the highest level.
Chris Kissack – the Wine Doctor (01/2019): 93/100
Decanter (Jane Anson 2018): 91/100
Land of wines (March 2021): 16/20
- NOSE: intense, fine and fruity with beautiful citrus notes in the attack followed by aromas of white peach and fresh pear.
- EYE: beautiful pale golden yellow color.
- MOUTH: round and lively with powerful and fine aromas of lemon at the start followed by notes of crunchy apple and fresh pear and with the appearance of woody and iodized notes at the end.
How and with what to serve it?
Serve at 10°C – 12°C. Be careful not to serve too cold or iced.
Accompanies all kinds of fish and seafood as well as white meats or in sauce.
Drink now, it can be kept for 2 to 3 years in suitable conditions.