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"The very aromatic sauvignon shows very well in this expressive wine with aromas of white flowers (lily of the valley), lemon and exotic fruits (passion fruit). A wine remarkable by its freshness and its delicacy." Le Guide Hachette de Vins
|The very aromatic sauvignon shows very well in this expressive wine with aromas of white flowers (lily of the valley), lemon and exotic fruits (passion fruit).
A wine remarkable by its freshness and its delicacy.
|2011 Bordeaux Tasting||The 2010 Magneau Blanchas a fresher nose, more mineral and maybe a bit flowery than the very good 2009. We found it fresher, rounder, crispier and more well-balanced than the 2009. The final is also more charming, with less acidity.|
|Type||Blanc Sec/Dry White|
|Grape Varieties||45% Sauvignon, 45% Semillon, 10% Muscadelle|
|Vineyard||40 Hectares (25 Hectares White)|
|Average Age of Vines||25 Years|
|Soil||Sandy-gravel, clay and limestone|
|Winemaking||Manual and mechanical harvesting depending on the
plot, pressing after the harvest. Cold settling (at 7°C) then cold
liquid stabulation (7°C - 10°C) for 2 to 3 days in order to get the
most from the aromas. Alcoholic fermentation carried out between
16°C and 18°C thanks to regulation.
|Ageing||In stainless steel vats for 3 months, then bottled in February.|
|Serving Suggestions||Enjoy now|
"The whites produced at this cru are particularly good, they are stylish and well made with plenty of fruit." David Peppercorn, Master of Wine
"Chateau Magneau Blanc is very attractive with aromas of white peach, abundant fruit and good acidity." Stephen Brook in The Complete
Robert Parker considers this to be one of the most underrated whites of
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