Elaboration of Château la Borderie Blanc 1986
Château la Borderie Blanc 1986 (Muscadelle, Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc)
- View: Color golden yellow.
- Nose: Aroma of honey and candied fruit.
- Mouth: fresh and persistent.
VINEYARD: The vines are attached to the farm Borderie castle, owned by Armand Vidal property, which for more than 40 years dedicated to the development of the wine growing area of 70 hectares, located near Monbazillac, southwestern France. Vines Semillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle, growing on a limestone and clay soils in a hot climate, allow an annual production of 350,000 bottles Château la Borderie Blanc 1986.
GRAPES: 55% Semillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle 30% 15%
AGEING: up to 5 years in the cellar.PREPARATION: In the fall, when the morning fog will replace the afternoon sun and is formed on the grape called noble mold "Botrytis Cenerea" is a good time to start harvesting. In fact, it is this particular mold that characterizes Monbazillac grapes, which are fermented blank. The alcoholic fermentation phase begins in stainless steel at a controlled temperature, after which the wine is left to mature in oak barrels, and held there for 18 months before being bottled. Following can be left to mature for a few years in the cellar.
WINE PAIRING: It is an excellent aperitif and goes well with cheeses and desserts.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 10 ° -12 °C
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Reviews of Château la Borderie Blanc 1986
It had a deep colour at first sight. This sweet is lasting, it has a long aftertaste.
As I had it between meals I could not pair it.
I drank with my best friend.
A classic one.