The production of white Bordeaux is five time less than for red. In decreasing order of importance, the main grape varieties permitted for Bordeaux white are: Sauvignon blanc, Sémillon, Sauvignon gris and Muscadelle. The appellation Entre-Deux-Mers concerns white wines only.
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Château Haut Pougnan 2016
Gold Medal. Made with Sauvignon blanc (85%) and Sémillon (15%) . A fantastic fruit appeal with whistle clean aromatics and a very flavoursome palate. Great as an aperitif or/and with seafood platters.
Made in Sauternes in a dry style. Sauvignon blanc (70%) and Sémillon (30%). Aged in oak barrels for 12 months including a third in new oak. The resulting wine is precise, complex and delicate with similar fruitiness and aromatics found in a Sauternes except that this is a “dry Sauternes”, officially under the appellation protégée Bordeaux blanc. Interestingly, there is a file awaiting for the creation of a new AOP “Sauternes sec” (dry) but time will tell.
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