2015 Chateau Camarsac Entre du Mers
Entre-deux-Mers is a large wine sub-region of Bordeaux in south-western France. Its name translates literally as 'between two seas', although the 'seas' in question are in fact rivers – the Garonne and Dordogne, which form the area's southern and northern boundaries respectively.
At the end of the eleventh century there was little agriculture, but merely a fortified castle. By the fourteenth century, the Castle Camarsac, which was called the Black Prince was the center of influence and money. In 1408 it was taken over by the Canteloup brothers who stopped restoration and fired Monet. Henri the 4th put Monet back to work. Over the following centuries the castle was maintained and improved and various owners built walls around the agricultural areas.
The aromas of citrus and white peaches lead the floral and mineral scents. The palate is well balanced, fruity with strong citrus influence. It has a pleasant mouthfeel and the finale is lightly peppery with a lingering finish.
50% Sauvignon Blanc
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