Château des Antonins Bordeaux Blanc 2016 and Ricitos de Oro White Navarra 2015

Description

Unit Size750 ML
Vintage2015, 2016
Old World wine lovers have cause for celebration with this unique duo from France and Spain! The 2016 Chateau des Antonins combines Bordeaux grapes Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon in an aromatic, mineral-driven bottling, while Recioto de Oro's 2015 Navarra captures the essence of varietal Grenache Blanc from 40+-year-old vines. Taste two strikingly different, food-friendly whites when you order today!
Chateau des Antonins Bordeaux Blanc 2016 and Ricitos de Oro White Navarra 2015
 
 
~Chateau des Antonins Bordeaux Blanc 2016~
(Alc: 12.00%)
 
 
By Chateau des Antonins 
Bordeaux Blanc 2016
 
Cultivation Methods and Winemaking Notes
The vineyard is maintained and managed with a respect for the environment: guyot pruning, grass growth control, de-budding, thinning out leaves. 24 hr skin maceration. Pneumatic press. Thermo-regulated alcoholic fermentation at 16-18 degrees C. Lees stirring over a 15 day period. Maturing on fine lees.
 
Tasting Notes
With a vivid yet pale color, this wine has a seductive nose with scents of white peach and citrus. In the mouth, it is supple and round, ending with great freshness - an elegant wine.
 
Wine Details
Vintage: 2016
Production: 23,000 bottles
Grape Varieties: 75% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Semillon
Yield: 50hl/ha
Soil: Sand and silt
[Imported by Serge Dore Selections]
 
 
 
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Ricitos de Oro 
White Navarra 2015
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(Alc: 12.50%)
 
 
By Ricitos De Oro 
White Navarra 2015
 
Wine Details
Winery: Ricitos de Oro
Varietal: 100% White Grenache from 40+-year-old vines. Estate-grown, hand-harvested.
Tasting Notes: Straw yellow, bright. Fresh citric aromas with hints of mint and fennel.
 
The Winery
Ricitos de Oro means “Goldilocks.” The winery was established in San Martín de Unx, Navarra, in 1914. Vines growing on the land date back to the Medieval Age; many of the vines found today are more than 100 years old.
 
The Vineyard
The vineyard enjoys an exceptional location marked by the confluence of Atlantic, Continental, and Mediterranean climates. The proximity of the Bay of Biscay, the influence of the Pyrenees, and the temperate influence of the Ebro Valley are all key factors in giving this land its unique microclimate, perfect in which to create elegant, balanced and fresh wines.
[Information provided by The Artisan Collection]