Château Bonnet 2007
A respect for the typicity of our terroir whilst at the same time always searching for a modernity of style. A respect for the past and the accumulated experience of the region but equally the same respect for our current consumers and their expectations in terms of wine style and quality. We firmly believe in developing technological innovations that allow us to move towards the twin goals of quality and price accessibility.
This is an extremely affordable, dry white—the best value I've seen yet from France and possibly the best value ever. A hint of grapefruit lends to a subtle, sweet, but overall very subtle citrus-like wine. Here's a toast to the best way to end a summer.
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A delightful and refreshing blend, and a perfect introduction to white Bordeaux. With aromatic peach and melon scents and a crisp, dry finish, it's a treat on its own, or before dinner with delicately flavored snacks.
Famous Bordeaux vintner, Andre Lurton inherited the centuries old Chateau Bonnet from his grandfather in 1956. Since then he has taken careful measures to improve the property both in the vineyards and in the winery. As a result Chateau Bonnet is world renowned for producing fine quality wines that are excellent values.
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