The Château la Louviere Blanc : a white wine from Pessac-Léognan produced by Château La Louvière produced with sémillon grapes. The Château la Louviere Blanc is the ideal white to combine with pâté or foie gras and starters. Drinks&Co users rate this white wine with 4 out of 5 points.
“Château La Louvière is a very famous winery for its white wines, in a vocatissimo territory for red, of course, as the Bordeaux area. This Sauvignon in purity it is a laudable and significant testimony. Start beautifully soft on the palate. A full-bodied and balanced with white fruit flavors particularly generous. This wine has a beautiful finish, long and persistent, with hints of vanilla and tropical fruit. The typical herbaceous notes of the Sauvignon is never invasive. Elegant!”
“I was lucky enough to try it with a client. They had it in a wine tasting bar.
A Château la Louvière Blanc 2005 with a nice colour. It smells a little like white flowers and lemon. This 2005 has a touch of oil.
In Pessac-Léognan is the best I've tasted.”
- View: Intense ruby red colour.
- Nose: Aromas of berry and cherry with notes of toast, vanilla and snuff.
- Palate: The attack is soft with well integrated tannins. Notes mild spices and chocolate
GRAPES: Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Petit Verdot.
CELLAR: Château La Louviere”
“I gave it to my brother as a gift and he enjoyed it very much. I do not know the exact colour, it seemed a dark yellow type white. Curious aromas of citrus. Light on the palate.
We drank it just like that, without food to accompany.
We have purchased in Château La Louvière.
There is nothing better at Pessac-Léognan.
“I gave it to my parents and we tried it together.
It has a very nice colour. Clear licorice and balsamic aromas of menthol. Good taste, light wine.
Unfortunately, it did not match with food, although the wine was really ok.”
“It was too well-bodied for our meal. Château la Louviere Blanc is a wine to share with your family.
Red ruby colour with reddish brown edges. This offers predominating notes of berries and red fruits . It was harsh in the mouth for a Graves.”