$18.80
Check availability
Add Add to wish list

Chateau La Dame Blanche Haut-Medoc Blanc 2017 750ml

La Dame Blanche is a very fruity wine, with citrus aromas and, in certain years, exotic fruits. The wine has a soft and rounded texture, making it...
$14.34
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$16.63
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$24.90
$27.54
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$18.84
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$14.94
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$24.07
$26.74
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$30.46
$33.84
Check availability
Add Add to wish list

Chateau Lespault Martillac Pessac Leognan Blanc 2016 750ml

Rated 93 - Fresh, lemon-jelly bouquet, but it also has some creamy richness which neatly balances the lively acidity on the palate. Long, polished...
93JS
92JD
92WA
91WS
90VM
$11.94
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$17.35
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$28.74
Check availability
Add Add to wish list
$67.20
$70.74
Check availability
Add Add to wish list

Chateau Monbousquet St. Emilion Blanc d'Exception 2013 750ml

Rated 91 - This aims for power, with dark, densely layered fig, boysenberry and blackberry paste flavors rumbling along. The briary grip is...
91WS
91JS
90WA
$63.02
$66.34
Check availability
Add Add to wish list

Chateau Monbousquet St. Emilion Blanc d'Exception 2015 750ml

Rated 92 - A dense and layered white with lots of dried-lemon and -apple character. Hits of stones and gravel. Full-bodied, juicy and fruity with a...
92JS
91WA
90VM
$20.94
Check availability
Add Add to wish list

White Bordeaux Blends

The grape juice for dry white wines is fermented without the red skins. Immediately after the grapes are harvested, the skins are separated from the "must" (unfermented grape juice). The wine is bottled within twelve months of the grapes being picked. Recently, Bordeaux oenologists have led the way in improving white winemaking techniques. This has led to a much higher quality of dry white Bordeaux wines, making them fresher, more aromatic and more complex.

Serve sweet white bordeaux wines chilled but not too cold to appreciate their delicate, complex aromas ranging from honey and floral notes to pears, apricots and dried fruits. Good sweet Bordeaux should have a balance of acidity and sugar. Younger, lighter wines are a perfect accompaniment to fruit-based desserts, foie gras, roasted white meats and, as an alternative to port, blue cheese. However, a special, aged bottle with its rich, amber color is a dessert in itself!