Château Carbonnieux Blanc 2006 - 75cl


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"This is a strong vintage for Bordeaux's dry white wines, probably as good or better than 2005. Crisp acidity combined with outstanding concentration and the fact that most of the white grapes were harvested before the rains began in mid-September resulted in an impressive group of wines." Robert Parker – 93 points


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Château Carbonnieux 2006 has a nose that is both mature and very thin. It strikes at once with unusual intensity, followed by a delicate and complex aromatic mouth of white-skinned fruits, accompanied by discreet notes of wood. An inevitable wine of Pessac-Léognan appeal, in the heart of the great Graves terroirs. Accessible since its youth, Château Carbonnieux's white wines have earned a place desired by many thanks to an always-regular quality. 

This 2006th Year features a yellowish-green color, white fruit aromas, a present acidity, grilled notes. A well presented Cru Classé, ideal as an aperitif or to accompany grilled fish.

Owner's Name: Antony Perrin 

Vineyard area: 42 hectares Geology: Graves 

Grape Varieties: 60% Sauvignon Blanc, 38% Semillon, 2% Muscadelle 

Average Age of Vineyards: 30 years Creation: in barrel for 18 months 

Drinking: From now until 2028 Parker: 93/100 

Wine Spectator: 91/100 

Production: 200,000 bottles

Country
France
Region
Bordeaux
Vintage
2006
Grapes
60% Sauvignon Blanc, 38% Sémillon, 2% Muscadelle
Type
White Wine
Volume
75cl
Regional DOC
Péssac-Léognan