With the Cháteau Carbonnieux Blanc Grand Cru Classé de Graves Pessac-Léognan, a first-class white wine comes into the swirling glass. It offers a wonderfully bright, light yellow color. If you give it some air in the glass by swirling, you can perceive a first-class balance in this white wine, because it does not stand out watery or syrupy or liqueur-like on the walls of the glass. The bouquet of this white wine from Bordeaux delights with aromas of pear, ripe apple, peach and lemon. If we trace the aromatics further, butter and vanilla are added, encouraged by the oak influence.
The Cháteau Carbonnieux Blanc Grand Cru Classé de Graves Pessac-Léognan presents itself pleasantly dry to the wine lover. This white wine never appears coarse or meager, as one might expect from a wine icon wine segment. Balanced and complex, this light white wine presents itself on the palate. The finale of this white wine with good aging potential from the Bordeaux wine region, more precisely from Pessac-Léognan, finally thrills with considerable reverberation.
Vinification of the Blanc Grand Cru Classé de Graves Pessac-Léognan from Cháteau Carbonnieux
This balanced white wine from France is made from Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon grapes. Blanc Grand Cru Classé de Graves Pessac-Léognan is an Old World wine in the best sense of the word, as this Frenchman exudes an extraordinary European charm that clearly underscores the success of Old World wines. After the harvest, the grapes are quickly taken to the press house. Here they are selected and carefully broken up. Fermentation then takes place in small wood at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging for several months in French oak barrels.
Food recommendation for the Cháteau Carbonnieux Blanc Grand Cru Classé de Graves Pessac-Léognan
Enjoy this white wine from France best moderately chilled at 11 - 13°C as a companion to coconut-lime fish curry, roasted trout with ginger pear or fruity endive salad.
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