Chateau de Fontenille Entre-deux-Mers Bordeaux Blanc


The producer is considered one of the best in the vast Bordeaux sub-region of Entre-deux-Mers. Very good value! Dan Trauki at Wine assist summed it up “Gorgeous lingering citrus flavours, great poise & balance. This is an outstanding wine.


Region/Terroir: Bordeaux sub-region of Entre-deux-Mers. 12 hectares of vines.

Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc 40%, Sauvignon Gris 20%, Sémillon 20%, Muscadelle 20%.  Average age of vines 25 years.

Alcohol: 12.5%

Winemaking techniques: Skin maceration for 24 hours. Cold-fermentation (16°C).  Aged on fine lees.

Our tasting notes: Light gold colour. The nose is lifted and complex with aromas of citrus fruit and white peaches. The palate is fruity and well balanced. It has a pleasant “fatness” and on the finish lightly peppery and savoury, with lingering finish. The blend, being mostly sauvignon, brings to this wine a sharpness and freshness, whilst the other varieties add some roundness and complexity.

“A wonderful surprise. Fruity and smooth then a crisp finish” Jenny Sydney.

It is a perfect accompaniment for seafood and salmon, sushi, paella and goat’s cheese.

Single bottles, multiple bottles or complete boxes (6 bottles) can be ordered. 


Revue Du Vin de France: Best Value of appellation

Food & wine: Top 10 Best Value Wines in the World

Silver: Concours de Bordeaux 2015

Selected by: Guide Hachette, Revue Du Vin de France, Bettane & Desseauve (“Prix plaisir” = pleasure price!), Le Point, Le Monde


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