Wine Chateau Haut-Rian Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux AOC 2009
Reviews of purchase Chateau Haut-Rian Bordeaux Blanc, Bordeaux AOC 2009
Wine golden brown.
Wine with a rounded, fresh flavor, buttery texture, notes of citrus and acacia, persistent aftertaste with a light refreshing citric bitterness.
The aroma of wine tones of fruit and spring flowers.
The wine is excellent as an aperitif, with fish dishes and crustaceans.
The wine won a bronze medal at the "Concours General Agricole" in Paris in 2011 and the status of "Commended" at the "Decanter World Wine Awards 2011".
Chateau Haut Rian is located in the town of Rions, 30 kilometers south-east of Bordeaux. History of Chateau Haut Rian has more than two centuries. In 1988, the owners of Chateau steel Michelle and Isabel Dietrich, significantly expand the area of vineyard Chateau, currently occupies 80 hectares. Michelle Dietrich - representative of the Alsatian family of winemakers - graduated from high school in Bonn and the University of winemaking in Bordeaux. From 1981 to 1987, Michel worked in Australia as a director and oenologist in the vineyards Remy Martin. His wife Isabel belongs to the family of winegrowers from Montagne de Reims in Champagne. Vines Chateau Haut Rian spread on the best slopes Rions, classified as "Appellation Cotes de Bordeaux". The slopes are south and southeast terroir, soil composed mainly of limestone gravel. On the top of the slopes overlooking the valley of the Garonne. Chateau grows red varieties - Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, and white - Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon.