Tasting notes: Very aromatic white flowers such as acacia, flint, citrus and exotic fruit. Quite a lively wine with these very pleasant aromas. Medium body, greenish golden color. Elegant lemongrass and citrus aroma. Green apples and gooseberry palate complements by lime and herbal finish. Dry and crisp, complex and balanced, refreshing acidity. Best match is light fish or clams or oysters. Serve 10º - 14º. Open half hour ahead. Drink now
About the winery: Maison Lacheteau runs several châteaux & domains, covering nearly 480 hectares of vines, including the prestigious Château de Fesles. The Château looks out over the river Layon, benefiting from a highly favourable climate for vine growing and early morning mists which encourage the growth of Botrytis, or “noble rot”. This is a key factor in making the Bonnezeaux appellation - the sweet wine that has made the Château so famous. The Château’s archives inform us that the Bonnezeaux vintage was already mentioned in 1055 CE by monks living in Gué de Berge. In 1991, the estate was entirely renovated. Since then, the quality of its facilities has become a reference in Anjou as one of the most highly reputed estates in the region.
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