2016 Chateau Grand Village Blanc, Bordeaux Superieur (Bottle)

France Bordeaux Bordeaux AOC

The 2016 Grand Village Blanc is a blend of 65% Sauvignon Blanc and 35% Sémillon picked between 9-12 September. It has a lively gooseberry and conference pear scented bouquet that leaps from the glass. The palate shows some tropical tones on the entry, orange peel and lemongrass aromas poking through the citrus fruit with a little more fatness on the finish than the 2015 last year. Enjoy this over the next five or six years.

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2016 Chateau Grand Village Blanc, Bordeaux Superieur (Bottle)

The 2016 Grand Village Blanc is a blend of 65% Sauvignon Blanc and 35% Sémillon picked between 9-12 September. It has a lively gooseberry and conference pear scented bouquet that leaps from the glass. The palate shows some tropical tones on the entry, orange peel and lemongrass aromas poking through the citrus fruit with a little more fatness on the finish than the 2015 last year. Enjoy this over the next five or six years.

France Bordeaux Bordeaux AOC
Producer Chateau Grand Village
Sub-Region Bordeaux AOC
Region Bordeaux
Country France
Grape Variety Bordeaux Blend
Vintage 2016
Colour White
Style Medium, Dry

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Robert Parker Wine Advocate

The 2016 Grand Village Blanc is a blend of 65% Sauvignon Blanc and 35% Sémillon picked between 9-12 September. It has a lively gooseberry and conference pear scented bouquet that leaps from the glass. The palate shows some tropical tones on the entry, orange peel and lemongrass aromas poking through the citrus fruit with a little more fatness on the finish than the 2015 last year. Enjoy this over the next five or six years.

86-88 Points / Drinking 2018 - 2024

By Neal Martin / April 2017