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 2006 is a good crisp, minerally sauvignon blanc. Lots of citrus and pear flavors, no oak. Terrific house white. Goes well with seafood and grilled chicken.
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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This is always fresh and clean. Light green apple and celery character. Medium- to light-bodied, with fresh acidity and a crisp finish. Drink now.
The vast 300-acre estate of Château Bonnet in the heart of the Entre-deux-Mers produces a deliciously reliable, good value wine every year. This brand-new 2008 shows some lively yellow fruits as well as a strong citrus element. It has vibrantly fresh, pure fruit and is ready to drink now, but can age for a year. Screwcap.
A very fresh and grassy white, with lime zest and kiwifruit hanging on the finish. Drink now.
A crisp, clean, fruity wine, tangy and lemony. This is a really attractive wine, a classic of its kind. Screwcap.
A very fresh white, with loads of sliced apple, lime and grassy character. Medium-bodied, with good acidity and a long, lively finish. Drink now.
One of the most familiar Entre-deux-Mers chateaus, and certainly the largest, this is the home of master vigneron André Lurton. With its fresh, grapefruit flavors and aromas of white flowers and hedgerows, this is a great summer wine.
Aromas of white peach, lime and lemon lead to a medium body, with bright acidity and a long, fresh finish. A solid value in white Bordeaux.
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