From the first days of summer to the last of the year, white Bordeaux is fitting for so many different occasions. It’s approachability and dynamic range of fresh to full bodied allows it to flourish throughout the hot Summer days and colder winter nights, while its ability to pair with food is on a whole other level. Whether you’re sipping in the sun or pairing with your turkey Thanksgiving/Christmas dinner, check out these delicious white wines!
Chateau Les Charmes-Godard
This striking Sauvignon/Semillon blend is full of flavors of lemon peel, lime, white flowers, and mint. The palate is fresh and crisp with granny smith apple aromas on the entry. With a tight texture with a tangy aftertaste, this wine is ready to drink now.
Clos Floridene Sec
This Sauvignon displays a green-gold color in the bottle. Filled with intense aromas of white peach, lemon, grapefruit, and toasted and grilled nuances. The palate is very well balanced with a keen acidity. A smoky, sleek white wine that is very appetizing. Drink young or aged.
Chateau La Rame
A tasty Sauvignon that is beautifully balanced and fruity. With notes of citrus, plant, and woody notes in the background, this dry, crisp wine is perfect to drink out on the terrace with family and friends.
Chateau Moulin de Launay
Similar to Sauvignon Blanc, this white Bordeaux has dry fruit flavors of citrus, grass, and pear. Floral on the nose with a sharp acidity, make sure you drink it cold! It is served best both solo or with any type of food.
Chateau Graville Lacoste
This Sauvignon Blanc is bursting with the taste of lemon along with other flavours such as stony grapefruit, lime blossom, cotton, and some toasted almond. It pairs well with fish, seafood, poultry, and Indian curries and is enjoyed best on a warm evening.