CH. LES SEPT CHÊNES ENTRE-DEUX-MERS BLANC (SUSTAINABLE)
Entre-Deux-Mers is the largest sub-region in Bordeaux and is so named (between two seas) because of its location between the Garonne and Dordogne rivers. By French law, only white wines can carry this appellation, and the wine must be primarily Sauvignon Blanc with allowed Semillion and or Muscadelle added to the blend.
Les Sept Chênes is typical for a wine from this region - crisp, refreshing, and very easy to drink. The blend is 85% Sauv Blanc and 15% Semillon (which adds some backbone and ageability).
Beautiful pale golden color. A fragrant and lively wine with rich aromatic intensity. Notes of grapefruit, boxwood, blackberry leaf, and citrus jump from the glass. On the palate, this wine is round with flavors of dry fruits, almonds, and honey. A lovely crisp, dry white that should be consumed young. Pairs well with poultry, shellfish, grilled fish, and pasta with cream sauces.