Pierre Hourlier Wines

Bordeaux: Chateau de Bonhoste White 2016


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Supple and well-rounded with hints of white flower and citrus fruit. Fruity and fresh floral wine, gently acidic. Drink young to keep its freshness. Most popular wine.

Region Bordeaux
Appellation Bordeaux AOC
Style White, Dry
Producer Chateau de Bonhoste
Grapes

60% Sauvignon, 30% Sémillon, 10% Muscadelle

Pairing Fish, Poultry
Keeping Drink within 2 years of bottling.
Vinification

Traditional, aged in stainless steel vats for 3 to 4 months. Maceration on the skins in a pneumatic press. Prior to alcoholic fermentation, the must is racked (allowed to settle) for 24 hours at 10°C. Fermentation temperature maintained at 16 to 18°C.

Bottle 75cl
Volume 13.0%

Chateau de Bonhoste

Here’s a family possessing two vineyards - one in Bordeaux on the edge of the Entre-deux-Mers and the other in Bergerac.

We particularly recommend the red and white versions of Chateau de Bonhoste from the Bordeaux vineyard. Both wines command excellent value.