2018 Le g de Château Guiraud

Château Guiraud (Bordeaux)

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The 2018 Le g de Château Guiraud ($14.49): a white wine from Bordeaux produced by Château Guiraud based on 2018 grapes.

Technical sheet · Le g de Château Guiraud

Type Of Wine: white wine
Vintage: 2018 Other vintages
2015 and 1985
Appellation:Bordeaux (Bordeaux,France)
Winery: Château Guiraud
Volume: 75cl
Allergens: Contains Sulfites

Description · Château Guiraud

2018 Le g de Château Guiraud

Producer: Château Guiraud

Appellation: Bordeaux

Château Guiraud

" La Maison Noble du Bayle ", first name of Château Guiraud was owned by de Mons de Saint Poly family. On February 1766, the 22nd Pierre Guiraud, a Bordeaux protestant merchant, buys it for 53.000 livres. Within 80 years and three generations, Guiraud had become a prestigious growth, recognized...

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Reviews about Le g de Château Guiraud 1985

Elisabeth Wilshire
Elisabeth Wilshire

4/5

My partner loves this Bordeaux.
It has a dense colour. Aromas of leather and tobacco pipe. I liked the Le g de Château Guiraud, although it tasted a bit rough.
To enjoy between meals.

Reviews about Le g de Château Guiraud 2015

Cuvelier Fauvarque
Cuvelier Fauvarque

4/5

Color: Pale yellow with green highlights | Nose: Fruity aromas | Palate: spicy aroma of orange peel and grapefruit freshness. Refined and crisp at once. fine dry Length | Evolution: Aging potential 10 years |
Blanco & Gomez  Wine Merchants INT
Blanco & Gomez Wine Merchants INT

4/5

Château Guiraud Le g de 2015
G is a wonderful example of the dizzy heights white Bordeaux can reach when terroir, vintage and winemaking skill align. It's an equal split of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon, aged for seven months on its fine lees in one year old barrels (previously used for the château's Sauternes). Its complex aromas include ripe citrus, quince and yellow plum. Bone dry, the palate combines a glorious, rich texture with fresh acidity. To top it all, there's a beguiling saline note to the finish. Frankly, it's difficult to imagine how this wine could be any better!