Château Maison Blanche

Les terres de Maison Blanche sont foulées par l’homme depuis longtemps, fort longtemps, bien avant qu’elles ne soient connues sous ce nom. La voie gallo-romaine de Bordeaux les traversait, bordant une nécropole1, et conduisait à Lucaniacus, la toute proche villa du proconsul et poète Ausone dont, vraisemblablement, elles ressortissaient. Mille ans plus tard, à la fin du moyen-âge, elles dépendaient de la vaste seigneurie de Corbin qui s’étendait sur les paroisses de Saint Martin de Mazerat2, Saint Georges3 et Montagne, puis qui, au cours des siècles suivants, s’est lentement démantelée. En 1835, Bernard Constant, propriétaire et négociant à Libourne, acquiert une partie de ces terres et, en 1838, la partage entre ses enfants. Son fils Désiré reçoit Petit Corbin et des métairies voisines. A son tour, il morcelle l’ensemble pour ses enfants. Parmi eux, Antoine recueille le lot de La Marsale et Marie celui, voisin, dit de La Métairie du Château, au centre duquel elle fait Read more »

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  • Chardonnay

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    The Occitanian word “merlot” translates to “young blackbird.” An accurate description for this popular, early-budding...

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  • Oh dear, more good French wines well under $20, even after import across the Atlantic. I'm liking Chambers Street more and more, the more I visit their offerings. These guys seem to understand wine in ways that I do and like. In their essay below there's a link to a current Asimov article on Muscadet. It's also well worth jumping to and reading.... Read More

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  • Chateau Maison Blanche Medoc Cru Bougeois 2009

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    Extremely nice Medoc Bordeaux with loads of dark cherry, prune, ripe plum, some nice earthiness, a touch of leather, fine grained tannins, nice acidity and a real nice finish. Read More

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  • Chateau Maison Blanche Medoc Cru Bougeois 2009

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  • Chateau Maison Blanche Medoc Cru Bougeois 2009

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    OK, so this wine is impacted by M. Derenoncourt, is a serious familial effort by Famille Bouey and shows it;the colour is deepest red with a nose of cherry licorice whips and desiccated blueberry. This is clearly Merlot-dominant, clean, with good grip. A slight stem-like flavor detracts on the finish, but very Medoc and thus tasty. May need a... Read More

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  • We have one bottle of Chateau Maison Blanche 1967 Montagne-Saint-Emilion that has been laying down sinceit arrived over 30 years ago. I t was a gift from one of the bankers here in Houston. We would be happy to pack it up and ship it who ever would like to buy it. We also have Fonset-Lacour Bordeaux 1982 Chateau Giscours Margaux 1975 Cha...

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  • Chateau Maison Blanche Medoc 2005

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  • Château Maison Blanche Red Bordeaux Blend Montagne-St. Émilion les Piliers 2005

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