40% Sauvignon blanc
30% Sauvignon gris
- This is less well known among this region's wines. This wine has been climbing in popularity during the year
- Most White Bordeaux has a 3% mix of Muscadelle. This grape is normally used to contribute a bit of sweetness to a blend, but shows up on the palate with a dried fruit raisin taste.
- Sauvignon Gris on the other hand is a mutation of Sauvignon Blanc is found primarily in Chile and Bordeaux. Since it is not that aromatic. Sauvignon Gris is normally used for blending
This Beautiful Bordeaux Blanc has a Lovely lemony/lime nose with hints of apricots with green leafy vegetable tones. The Sauvignon Gris reduced some of the acidity and made it a great sitting wine. Not just a complimentary wine with a meal.
Very good French White.