The Château Carbonnieux 2006 has a ripe and very fine nose. The attack has an astonishing intensity, followed by a delicate and complex aromatic palate of fruit with white skin, citrus, accompanied by a subtle oak.
It’s an inevitable Pessac-Léognan, in the heart of the great terroirs of Graves. Accessible from their youth, the white wines of Château CARBONNIEUX have earned an enviable position in the market due to the continued steady quality.
The 2006 vintage has a yellow-green hue, aromas of white fruit, a present acidity, hints of toast.
A Cru Classé with a good behavior, perfect as an aperitif or with grilled fish.
Name of the Owner: Antony Perrin
Surface of the vineyard: 42 hectares
Type of vines: 60% Sauvignon Blanc, 38% Sémillon, 2% Muscadelle
Average age of the vines: 30 years
Breeding: in oak barrels for 18 months
To drink: from now to 2028
Wine Spectator: 91/100
Production: 200.000 bottles