Ch. de Cranne, Bordeaux Blanc
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Ch. de Cranne, Bordeaux Blanc - 2020

Item # 33059 750mL
$14.96/ Single Bottle
$179.52 $161.57/ Case of 12
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Certified Organic

Wine made from grapes grown without synthetic pesticides, fertilizers and herbicides in the vineyard. Certified in the country of origin.

Tasting Notes

This is based on the Sauvignon Gris grape variety that, today, is rarely even heard of in Bordeaux, although it was commonly grown generations ago. Sauvignon Gris is more about elegance and floral fruit aromas. The vines are planted in clay, gravel and chalk-based soils. The Lacoste family is in its 7th generation of winemaking in hills of Bordeaux.

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Staff Pick Notes

Here is a dry Bordeaux Blanc made primary from the Sauvignon Gris grape. While technically one of the official Bordeaux Blanc blending grapes, along with Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle, Sauvignon Gris is a rare bird, and even more so as the primary grape. While it's rarely seen, it's not that much of a departure from your classic Sauvignon Blanc. Crisp, clean and refreshing with nice acidity and bright herbal notes. It pairs well with soft fresh goat and sheep's milk cheese, but it also has the acid to stand up to salads. Cheers!


Astor's Glossary of Terms

Sauvignon Blanc

Few varietals have spawned as bizarre a list of descriptors as Sauvignon Blanc. Believe it or not, “cat pee” is in fact a complimentary tasting note, associated with some of the best bottlings. (It’s a somewhat odd way of pointing out herbaceousness in the wine.) Cat pee aside, Sauvignon Blanc (sometimes called "Fumé Blanc" in California) is a bit of a chameleon in terms of style, and quite...

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Situated on the mid-Atlantic coast of France around the Gironde river, Bordeaux is home to some of the most legendary wines on earth. There are (for all intents and purposes) five grape varieties permitted under French wine law for red Bordeaux: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, and, very infrequently, Petit Verdot and Malbec. For white Bordeaux, only three varieties are permitted:...

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