From: Bordeaux, France
Varietals: 80% Sémillon, 20% Sauvignon Blanc
"Peyrat" is the name of the lieu-dit where the winery is located. It means "pierre" or stone in the old local dialect of patois. The vineyards are planted on a bedrock of limestone with sand and clay. Located in Cérons, in the heart of the Graves AOP, Château Peyrat is a 42 acre "clos" currently planted to 20 acres of white varieties and 18.5 acres of red. The estate’s microclimate, its proximity to the Garonne River, and the way its sandy, clay soils rest on a limestone bedrock allow its wines to display a minerality, freshness and finesse typical of the Graves terroir.
Tasting Notes: Straw and green reflections with a very mineral nose. Sémillon announces its dominance in the wine’s bold flavors of toasted almond, yellow flowers, quince, and mango.
Pairing: This wine would work really well with oysters, clams, sashimi, or any type of white meat cooked in a cream-based sauce.
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