Cousin to Sauvignon Blanc, Sauvignon Gris is richer and spicier, yet still with appetising zip – all the elements you’ll find in this stand-out white. Over the vintages it's won many Golds. Using 2018 fruit, this is spicy, peachy and crisp.
"A wonderful white. I love this. Spicy, fruity, petulant. A lovely white wine"
Online Review For the 2018 vintage
Delicious depth and richness with real freshness and zing give this Bordeaux white perfect balance. It’s a collaboration between our award winning winemaker Jean-Marc Sauboua and owner of Château Le Coin Ludovic Roussillon. The key ingredient is Sauvignon – Gris that is, not Blanc – which combines spicy richness and lime freshness. All the grapes are tended at Ludovic’s superb estate in the Entre Deux Mers, just over the river from our Le Chai au Quai in Castillon. His claret is always a hit and five years ago we persuaded him to make us a white too. The soils are ideal – the limestone helps to produce lovely fruit intensity. Old vine grapes and a tiny portion of oak fermentation lends even more richness. Great solo or with a creamy gratin.
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