Château de Chantegrive Blanc 2018

91-92 James Suckling



Country: France

Region: Bordeaux, Graves

Variety: 50% Sémillon, 50% Sauvignon

Terroir: Sand and pebbles on clay-limestone subsoil

Winemaking: Settling, cold pre-ferment stabulation, fermentation in temperature-controlled vats and aging on the lees for 6 months

Chateau de Chantegrive was established in 1966 when Henri and Francoise Leveque decided to sell their stamp collection to purchase two hectares of land in the Graves region of Bordeaux, France. They believed strongly that the terroir there was perfect for winegrowing. 50 years and 96 hectares later, Chateau de Chantegrive is a Grand cru Class vineyard run by the Leveque’s daughter Marie Helene Leveque and her brothers and sisters. -Chateau Chantegrive

91-92 Points, James Suckling
This white shows pretty density and freshness for the vintage. Full-boded and well layered.


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