Wine Andre Lurton, Chateau Bonnet Blanc, 2010
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Reviews of purchase Andre Lurton, Chateau Bonnet Blanc, 2010
Wine brilliant greenish-gold color.
The wine has a fresh, rounded, complex, perfectly balanced taste with hints of citrus, yellow peaches and a long finish.
In a crowded and well-balanced floral and fruity aromas of wine felt notes of grapefruit, boxwood and acacia flowers.
Wine beautifully with seafood, fish and poultry dishes, especially chicken in honey.
A blend of white wine Chateau Bonnet consists of grape varieties Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle, the harvest of which is hand-built with vines 19 years of age in the vineyards in the Entre-Deux-Mer. Grapes are sorted by hand and by machine. Fermentation was carried out after contact with the grape pulp and skin standing at a controlled temperature of 18-20 ° C in stainless steel tanks in which the wine is then matured on the lees for 4 months.
Awards Chateau Bonnet Blanc:
• Silver medal - Challenge Elu Prix Plaisir, 2011;
• Silver medal - Concours Des Grands Vins De France (Macon), 2011;
• Silver medal - Concours Mondial Du Sauvignon, 2011;
• Silver Medal - International Wine & Spirits Awards, 2011.
Lurton family, known in Bordeaux as a wine producer from 1650 - one of the greatest dynasties in the world, whose members are engaged in winemaking and wine trade. To date, the family owns about 630 acres of land. Wineries are located in the Entre-Deux-Mers, Pessac-Leognan, Margaux, Lussac Saint-Emilion and elsewhere. Andre Lurton wine characterized by a unique flavor and freshness, and young wines aged wines often exceed their rich taste.