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Stephen Brook in The Complete Bordeaux
"The Brondelle whites are excellent. The Grand Vin is the special cuvee of the white production. Aromas of apples and pears, with some floral notes; the palate is delicate but concentrated, stylish with lively acidity but no greenness."
|Stephen Brook in The Complete Bordeaux||The Brondelle whites are excellent. The Grand Vin is the special cuvee of the white production. Aromas of apples and pears, with some floral notes; the palate is delicate but concentrated, stylish with lively acidity but no greenness.|
|French review||Fine nose with a lot of expressions and nice hints of fresh and mature fruits. A charming mouth slightly fat with a nice complexity. A greedy finish… full of fruits|
|Why I chose 2009 Chateau Brondelle Grand Vin Blanc||The wine has a bright appearance of gold with a touch of green.
The nose is engaging with classic Sauvignon / Semillon in the match stick, melon spectrum.
The palate is bright with firm acidity, again the match stick character with a nice luscious touch. It is long and persistent with an engaging touch of the exotic.
|French website||This festive wine and conviviality, caries the same values of terroir, quality and pleasure of tasting. Characterized by its fruity nose, its elegance and long finish. He will accompany the meal ideally as an appetizer or of barbeques, summer parties and salads.|
|Type||Blanc Sec/Dry White|
|Grape Varieties||50% Semillon, 50% Sauvignon|
|Average Age of Vines|
|Soil||Gravel & Clay|
|Ageing||6 months in barrel with lees stirring|
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