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Château George 7 Blanc

SIP INTO SUMMER

2022 Vintage

Grape Varieties:

Sauvignon Blanc 70% & Semillon 30%

Age of Vines: 10 years

Harvested: September 2022

Fermented:  In new & 1-year old Burgundy barrels 

Aged: 6 months ageing on the lees in Burgundy barrels

Alcohol Volume: 13.5% 

Low Sulfites: < 100mg/l (Organic limit <150mg/l)

Bottled: At the Château 3rd March 2023 

Enjoy:  2023 to 2025

Sustainability: HVE 3 - Highest level of environmental value 

 

Tasting Note 

Château George 7 Blanc 2022 is bursting with aromas mingling fresh fruit, bergamot and hints of vanilla. It has lovely balance on the tongue bringing  freshness and intense aromatic flavours including ripe yellow peach. It has a long mouthwatering finish, rather like a warm croissant!

 

Food Pairing Ideas

Enjoy as an apéritif and with several seasonal dishes such as a fresh prawn Thai salad, poached sea bass or grilled asparagus with parmesan. It pairs beautifully with creamy goats cheese too.

 

Committed to sustainability, the elements that make up the packaging of this wine reflect our approach - from the bottles to the boxes.

 

Expert Views

92 points, Jane Anson, April 2023

"Richly textured, showing clearly more apricot and stone fruit flavours than the excellently fresh 2021 vintage, but it retains grip and interest from the saline and saffron touches on the finish and it's one to look out for. Fermented in Burgundy barrels on the lees for 6 months."

93 Points, Georgina Hindle - Decanter Magazine, May 2023

"Immensely drinkable and enjoyable with a richness to the texture and fruit concentration with peach, apricot and soft herbal-edged citrus elements. This has a nice persistence from start to finish with intensity of flavour and a lightness of touch as well as salty mineral elements that provide nuance and terroir markers. A lovely white in 2022.... worth seeking out."

Europe: Available to buy online here
 

UK: Available to buy from Davy's of London

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