Chateau Biac - Secret De Chateau Biac 2007 - Sweet White Wine 12x 50cl Bottles


Chateau Biac - Secret De Chateau Biac 2007
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50cl Bottles
Available 15th Apr 2016

Gingerbread, apricot jam, apple crumble.

Slightly woody.

Great vivacity at the end with a dominance of dried apricots.

Elegant and balanced palate.

Category(s):     Dessert Wine

Producer: Chateau Biac   -
Appellation:   Cadillac
Body:   Light Bodied
Brand:   Chateau Biac
Country of Origin:   France
Food Match:   Lobster & Shellfish
Grape Type:   Semillon
Region:   Bordeaux
Sweetness of wine:   Sweet
Vintage:   2007
Winemaker:   Christine Sourdes


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12x 50cl Bottles 15th Apr 2016 £ 512.42 £ 42.70 Add to BasketAdd to WishList

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Producer Information

The swift and thorough restoration of Chateau Biac by the new owners Tony and Youmna Aseily has been nothing short of dramatic.

The vineyards are still being improved, with moves to organic styles of viticulture and handpicking completely replacing the machine and chemical driven previous regime.

Additional plantings are taking place with tighter spaced vines for quality and the soil has been much improved.

If the vineyard work has been quality oriented, then the renaissance of the winery is of no less importance. Somewhat resembling the new Cos d'Estournel extravaganza, it is entirely gravity fed, brand new, enormous, completely dedicated to making only the best wine from the best fruit and housed in very sympathetically restored buildings on this beautiful estate.

Sometimes it takes outsiders to recognise the potential of a property, and Tony and Youmna have not only recognised it but realised it too. Chapeau!

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