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    Château de Respide
    Classique Graves
    0.75l White
    €9.00 €7.44
    Chateau De Respide is a very well-made, modern Graves produced from a blend of 60% Sauvignon Blanc and 40% Semillon grapes. After picking, the grapes go through a short period of maceration on the skins before aging on their fine lees. The wine has a bright pale yellow colour, an expressive nose of white blossom, citrus fruit and fresh meadows and on the palate the wine is attractively fruity, balanced and persistent with a very refreshing zesty finish. Chateau De Respide is one of the oldest wine estates in Bordeaux, belonging formerly to Louis XIV’s police officers. The painter Toulouse Lautrec was a frequent visitor and although the château was later sold, the vineyards and cellars have been in the hands of the Bonnet family since the 1950s.

... with Master of Wine Fiona Morrison and her book "De grote wijnfamilies".
More than 2000 copies sold!


Domaine du Pélican, Jura


Get to know Edouard Moueix
whose famous family own some of
the greatest estates in Saint Emilion and Pomerol.

Featured Wines
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