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White Wine / France / Bordeaux / Bordeaux AOC / 13 % vol
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VIRGINIE DE VALANDRAUD BLANC 2014 - SECOND WINE OF BLANC DE VALANDRAUD

0,75 L White Wine / France / Bordeaux / Bordeaux AOC / 13 % vol

A very fine success with this exquisite white Bordeaux!!!
A second wine to Blanc de Valandraud, Virginie de Valandraud Blanc was created in 2010 to replace Blanc de Valandraud N°2, which existed between 2003 and 2009. This vintage exhibits a lovely, pale yellow hue. The nose is smooth and fruity, with notes of hazelnut and lemon. The palate is aromatic, with white fruits present and framed by lovely, flavoursome length. Full of freshness and delicacy, this white Bordeaux is exquisite...
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VIRGINIE DE VALANDRAUD BLANC 2014 - SECOND WINE OF BLANC DE VALANDRAUD
  Wine type
Second Wine
  Vintage
2014
  Grape Variety
60% Sémillon, 30% Sauvignon blanc, 10% Sauvignon gris
  Style
Dry
  Sight
Pale yellow colour
  Smell
Fruity with notes of hazelnut
  Taste
Rich
  Service Temperature
10-12°C
  Service
Direct from bottle
  Storage instructions
To drink or to store in cellar
  To drink from
2019
  To drink until
2022
  Food and wine matching
Aperitif, Fish, Shellfish, Poultry


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CHÂTEAU VALANDRAUD

Fruit of the considerable work of a couple passionate about wine, Jean-Luc Thunevin and Murielle Andraud. Château Valandraud was born in 1991 on a 0.6 ha plot bought with all the savings of the couple. The château was promoted to Premier Grand Cru Classé in the 2012 classification of Saint-Emilion Grands Crus. Today the 8.88 ha of the estate are now entirely located on the clay-limestone plateau of Saint Etienne de Lisse. The average age of the vines is 30 years, the oldest over 50 years. The wine undergoes ageing in new barrels for 18 to 30 months. The prices of their wines quickly reached those of the appellation's Premier Crus, and Robert Parker's notes exceeded those of Ausone and Cheval Blanc in 1995.

Domaine noté ★★ - Domaine incontournable - Guide des Meilleurs Vins de France
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