€22.60 €18.68
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2014

Château Couhins

Pessac-Léognan
Graves Cru Classé
0,75
White
A blend of 85% Sauvignon Blanc and 15% Sauvignon Gris, everything about the winemaking here is to preserve the beautiful fruit and citrus aromas without any bitterness. Skin maceration was used to lower the high malic acidity this year and only 20% of new oak was used for aging along with 60% stainless steel and 20% large wooden vats. A lovely wine with great persistence and purity.
Food pairing
  • Red meat Red meat
  • Feathered game Feathered game
  • Hard cheese Hard cheese
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SKU 2014027-00750
Vintage 2014
Volume 0,75 L
Country France
Region Bordeaux
Subregion Graves
Appellation Pessac-Léognan
Château Château Couhins
Classification Graves Cru Classé
Producer INRA
Alcohol 12,5%
Drink From 2021
Drink Till 2022
Website http://chateau-couhins.fr/
Bio No
Food Pairing Red meat, Feathered game, Hard cheese
The story
Appellation

Created quite recently, in 1987, Pessac-Léognan is a sub appellation of the Graves, although the region as a whole claims to be the oldest wine region in Bordeaux dating back to the Roman times. It is thanks to the efforts of André Lurton, one of the best-known growers in the area, that the appellation was formed. ...

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