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Ch. La France, Blanc

Alcohol:   12%
pH: 3.34
Residual Sugar:   0
Bordeaux Superieur
Semillon, Sauvignon blanc, Sauvignon Gris

In 1635, under the reign of Louis XII, the Chateau was owned by the Quinsac family, Royal Notaries of Bordeaux. Destroyed during the French revolution, the Chateau was rebuilt in its current style and the name of Chateau la France has been succeeded.

Located between Bordeaux and Saint-Emilion and stretching over 90 hectares all in a single block, Chateau La France has been recognized since the end of the Second Empire as one of the most important vineyards of the Bordeaux region. This delightful property nestles in the pretty, rolling hills on the right bank of the Garonne, a few kilometres from Libourne and Saint-Emilion and provides a perfect representation of that quintessential expression of the French lifestyle: a wine chateau in the vineyards of Bordeaux. Fresh aromas of exotic fruits and white flowers with citrus and grapefruit flavors that are long and refreshing.

50% Semillon, 46% Sauvignon Blanc, 4% Sauvignon Gris Cold skin maceration, gravity cellar.

General Market

Grapefruit salad, citrus marinaded fish or chicken. On it’s own.
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