CHÂTEAU LE BRUILLEAU 2018 GRAND VIN DE GRAVES


 

WINE TASTING NOTES

Video with Chateau to come

 

 

 

ABOUT THE WINE

 

Appellation | Pessac-Léognan

Grape | 70% Semillon, 30% Sauvignon

Ageing | The white wines are aged in French oak barrels for ten months and the wines for a minimum of 12 months

Tasting Notes | Apples, acacia honey, toasted touch and flint on the nose. The palate is fresh, mid-palate minerality with long finish of citrus

Pairing | Seared fine fish, steamed with cream sauce, langoustines, lemon monkfish

Drinking | Drinking now till 2024

Critic Notes / Awards | 1 star award Le Guide Hachette des Vins (2021). Bordeaux Competition 2021, GOLD Medal

 

 

 

  

ABOUT THE CHÂTEAU


Owned by the Bédicheau family, Château Le Bruilleau is located south of Martillac in the southern part of the appellation Pessac-Léognan in the commune of St-Médard d’Eyrans. Today, the 4th generation, Nadine and Serge Bédicheau run the Château along with their son.

 

Soils:  Clay, limestone and gravel

Farming: Manual harvest 75%, including whites. The rest is done mechanically

Vines: On average 20 years of age

 

 

 

MATCHING RECIPE


Simple Risotto

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