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Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Blanc 2012

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1841507
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Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Blanc 2012 750ml

Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Blanc

Pale yellow with a green rim, crisp and powerful nose with citrus and floral aromas mingling with rose and passion fruit. A chewy, ample palate with refreshing acidity and a harmonious, lingering finish.

Pale yellow with a green rim, crisp and powerful nose with citrus and floral aromas mingling with rose and passion fruit. A chewy, ample palate with refreshing acidity and a harmonious, lingering finish.

(65% Sauvignon Blanc/35% Semillon). Produced in very small quantities, this blend Semillon and Sauvignon from 30 year old vines, harvested at optimal maturity. The musts are protected from oxidation by inert gas during prefermentation maceration and fermented in new oak barrels. The wines remain on full lees for 3-4 weeks with stirring two or three times weekly before being racked and held for two to three months on fine lees with weekly stirring. They are then racked again, blended, fined and cold stabilized before being bottled.

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Famille Sichel Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Blanc 2012
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Pale yellow with a green rim, crisp and powerful nose with citrus and floral aromas mingling with rose and passion fruit. A chewy, ample palate with refreshing acidity and a harmonious, lingering finish.
 

Notes on the Chateau Argadens Bordeaux Blanc 750ML 2012

Tasting Notes Pale yellow with a green rim, crisp and powerful nose with citrus and floral aromas mingling with rose and passion fruit. A chewy, ample palate with refreshing acidity and a harmonious, lingering finish.

Technical Notes (65% Sauvignon Blanc/35% Semillon). Produced in very small quantities, this blend Semillon and Sauvignon from 30 year old vines, harvested at optimal maturity. The musts are protected from oxidation by inert gas during prefermentation maceration and fermented in new oak barrels. The wines remain on full lees for 3-4 weeks with stirring two or three times weekly before being racked and held for two to three months on fine lees with weekly stirring. They are then racked again, blended, fined and cold stabilized before being bottled.