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A great "House Wine." Simple yet a great companion with fish or meat. Read more
Best of show at the Destin wine festival 2009 and I agree. Fruity with a clean crisp finish. Great wine for the money. Read more
I bought this bottle of wine before Christmas when it was on offer at my local supermarket and I paid about four pounds for it.Entre-Deux-Mers is a... Read more
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A great "House Wine." Simple yet a great companion with fish or meat.
Best of show at the Destin wine festival 2009 and I agree. Fruity with a clean crisp finish. Great wine for the money.
I bought this bottle of wine before Christmas when it was on offer at my local supermarket and I paid about four pounds for it.Entre-Deux-Mers is an appellation only applied to dry white wines from that part of the Bordeaux region between the rivers Garone and Dordogne Chateau Bonnet is a large 270 hectare estate [although only 120 hectares are given over to the white grapes] which has been owned,lived in, and run by Andre Lurton's family since the 1890's.He is a very distinguished and succesful large scale winemaker who also owns several other properties in the Bordeaux region producing a total of around 4 million bottles a year.The wine consists of 50% sauvignon blanc,40% semillon and 10% muscadelle.I drank my bottle last night with my supper of baked fish and I have to report that I liked it very much.The label says 'A crisp,clean,fruity dry white' and I have to agree.There is plenty of fruit there and it is a citrusy kind of fruit.I am obviously not the only one who liked this wine because it got a silver medal at the 2006 International Wine Challenge
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