Château Trébiac Blanc 2017, Graves

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You could probably have a stab at what kind of soils this wine's vines are grown in from the wine region's name. They're mainly gravelly, hence 'Graves'. It's a region where white and red wines are both equally highly-regarded.

Château Trébiac's white Graves skilfully makes the most of one of Bordeaux's unsung heroes, the Semillon grape variety, to craft this refined white wine. Floral scents of peach and white blossom entice the nose, whilst the fresh and smooth palate is both fruity and refreshing.

An excellent wine with food, it's got the potential to age for four to five years after vintage.

We're really chuffed with buyer Gerald's new Bordeaux wines. And this classic white Graves wine is one you'll love, if flavoursome whites that work wonderfully well with food is your thing.
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ArrayCrisp Dry White, Unoaked White



Food Match

ArrayOily Fish, Rice Dishes, Shellfish



  • Meet The Producer

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The Producer

Château de Trébiac lies on a gravel plateau at Portets, 35 km south of Bordeaux and over the past five years, has undergone a complete renovation, both in the vineyard and the cellar. You'll now find these Graves wines offer exceptional value, with all the classic hallmarks of this Bordeaux wine region.

The Winemaker

Château Trébiac is skilfully managed and has been completely overhauled during the past five years by Arnaud de Butler to create a state of the art Bordeaux winery.
Arnaud ferments the wine at a low temperative in stainless steel vats for freshness and then ages it on its lees to add texture and body.

The Region

Bordeaux's only region famous for both red and white wine. Merlot dominates the red wines and a dry blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc dominate the whites. However, our Graves white wine is unusual in being 100% Semillon. That makes it a fantastic wine with a whole host of dishes.
The gravelly terrain, for which the region is named, create varied terraces on which to grow the vines. This terroir affects the winemaking and palate, with early-ripening vines and a savoury-minerally edge.
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Pea And Goats Cheese Risotto

Risottos pair well with both reds and whites so consider the other ingredients when choosing a wine match - the combination of sweet peas and salty goats cheese call for a vibrant white with lots of fruit flavour, Château Trébiac Blanc form Graves is a glorious wine that will match well.
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Fusion Prawn And Vegetable Curry

The fragrance and flavours of coconut, chilli and ginger hold their own and can only be complemented by a fruity, light white from Bordeaux.
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Salad Nicoise Recipe

Try a light, fresh white with this classic salad - the tuna works well with crisp, easy-drinking styles such as Sauvignon Blanc blends, Château Trébiac Blanc is a great wine and food match example.
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