Elaboration of Château la Borderie Blanc 1988
Château la Borderie Blanc 1988 (Muscadelle, Sémillon and Sauvignon Blanc)
- View: intense golden yellow color.
- Nose: aromatic scents of ripe fruit with a touch of honey.
- Mouth: delicate, sweet, persistent.
VINEYARD: The area around Monbazillac, in southeastern France, near the town of Bergerac, is known for the quality of its white grapes. The Château la Borderie Blanc 1988 is a wine produced by the winery Chateau la Borderie grapes from Sémillon, Sauvignon and Muscadelle. The whole area is conditioned by culture calcareous clay soil fertilized by the Dordogne River and the Mediterranean climate that favors the ripening of the grapes.
UVA: Semillon (55%), Sauvignon (30%), Muscadelle (15%)
AGEING: It can be aged for a few years in the cellar.PREPARATION: Throughout the region, historically a vocation for wine, the grapes are harvested manually, even. This practice, in addition to the environment, but also offers a selection of the best clusters, once collected, immediately pressed to extract the pure juice. Removing the skins allows a particularly clear wine, which begins its transformation into wine route, in large stainless steel tanks. After the fermentation stage, the wine is aged for 18 months in oak barrels before bottling.
WINE PAIRING: typical dessert, is suitable for all types of red or white meat, game and fish fat.
RECOMMENDED SERVING TEMPERATURE: 10 ° -12 °C
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Reviews of Château la Borderie Blanc 1988
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.