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Château La Forêt Entre-Deux-Mers (2013)

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The blend is 40% sauvignon blanc, 40% muscadelle, and 20% of sémillon. That’s a very large percentage of muscadelle, which lends elegance and perfume to the blend. The sémillon gives roundness and richness, while the sauvignon blanc gives snappy acidity and citrus qualities. This wine is flinty and perfumed, with pleasant finesse and no oak.

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    TypeWhite
    Vintage2013
    When to DrinkNow
    ProducerChâteau La Forêt
    RegionBordeaux
    AppellationEntre-Deux-Mers
    GrapesThe blend is 40% sauvignon blanc, 40% muscadelle, and 20% of sémillon.
    PairingSeafood would be a perfect match
    ABV12%
    Volume75cl (Full Bottle)

    This property is relatively new, and was purchased and renovated by the Defraisne family in the 1970s. The owner is Stéphane Defraisne, a progressive 36-year-old oenologist from Belgium. The property is situated right on the top of the Entre-Deux-Mers, southeast of the village of Créon and adjoining the vineyards of Château Thieuley and Château Bauduc. 

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    Château La Forêt Entre-Deux-Mers (2013)

    The blend is 40% sauvignon blanc, 40% muscadelle, and 20% of sémillon. That’s a very large percentage of muscadelle, which lends elegance and perfume to the blend. The sémillon gives roundness and richness, while the sauvignon blanc gives snappy acidity and citrus qualities. This wine is flinty and perfumed, with pleasant finesse and no oak.

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