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Staff Pick

Ch. Peybonhomme les Tours "Le Blanc Bonhomme," White - 2015

Item # 27446 750mL
$21.96 $14.96 / Single Bottle
You Save 32%
$263.52 $179.52/ Case of 12
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Tasting Notes

This blend of Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc never ceases to surprise with its rare subtlety of flavors and and complex texture. A wine full of freshness, citrus zip, and acidity, layers of exotic tropical fruits and clean minerality excites on the finish. Ideal for fish, from buttery textured black cod to sautéed skate.


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Staff Pick Notes

This gorgeous 158-acre estate is located in Cars, close to the bank of the Gironde River: an ideal spot for producing Biodynamic wines. This vibrant wine delivers a wide range of aromas on the nose, from tropical fruit to fresh-cut herbs. Light citrus flavors and aromas give a welcome pop that livens up the medium-textured body. A fitting match-up with roasted whole fish and Greek-style vinaigrette.

- SCB

About the Producer

Catherine and Jean-Luc Hubert are proprietors of Chateau Peybonhomme les Tours in the Cotes de Blaye and Chateau La Grolet in the Cotes de Bourg.

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