A lovely matured Sauvignon Blanc with good complexity and texture. Drinking beautifully now. Last bottles...go for it. If you are after fresh and young wine flavours, this is not suitable.
The good soil quality, moderate production, fine wine-making process makes it possible to obtain an elegant dry white wine, at the same time complex and tasty with grapefruit and white peach aromas, with mineral and smoky hints, with a remarkable aging potential in bottle over several years.
Château Reynon, located in Beguey in the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux appellation, was purchased in 1958 by Florence Dubourdieu's father, Jacques David; his daughter and son in law, Denis Dubourdieu, took over the vineyard in 1976. Thanks to their hard work, Château Reynon is today one of the most renown Premières Côtes de Bordeaux estate.
Food Pairing: on its own or some light appetizers.
Variety: Sauvignon Blanc