Wine Chateau Mylord Blanс, Entre-Deux-Mers AOC, 2011
Reviews of purchase Chateau Mylord Blanс, Entre-Deux-Mers AOC, 2011
The wine is light straw color with pale green tints.
This elegant, balanced, well-structured wine with nuances of ripe peaches in a fresh, fruity taste.
The wine has a refreshing, fruity bouquet with notes of ripe, juicy peaches.
The wine is excellent with salads seafood, shellfish, white meat, Thai cuisine, goat cheese.
Chateau Mylord is located in the Bordeaux region, in the Entre-Deux-Mer. Name "Mylord" estate inherited from his master, the venerable man Frederick Gubbins, who was born in 1817 in Clifton (England). Once he had a chance to visit the Governor of five provinces in eastern India, and at this period of his life, he met a Frenchwoman, whom he married in 1849. Thus began the French period of his life ...
Gubbins estate in Bordeaux is made in the typical style of the time - with towers, white walls and a beautiful garden. Within 5 generations estate was passed on from parents to children. Today the estate is owned 53 hectares of land, of which 48 hectares are given under vineyards, planted on clay, limestone and clay-silica soils. Depending on the crop in the year produces about 200,000-250,000 bottles of wine.
Region Entre-Deux-Mers is literally translated as "between two seas". In fact, we are talking about the rivers Garonne and Dordogne, which form the southern and northern boundaries of the district. Entre-Deux-Mers is a big part of the Bordeaux region, stretching from the edge of the city of Bordeaux, far to the west. The height of the terrain varies from 10 to 100 meters above sea level. The region is characterized by predominantly alluvial soil type (sand, clay).
Warning: according to recommendations of the "ФС РАР" from 2018.06.25: alcoholic production can be bought only personally in the Winestyle shops.
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