Chateau Majureau Sercillan – Bordeaux
The foundation stones of Majureau were laid during the 16th century on the top of a hillside on the vineyard-rich right bank of the Dordogne River.
During the reign of Napoléon III, the estate was named “Magereau”, which means “red lands” in the local Occitan language, and a stately home was built with elegant columns and sculpted stonework. The present owner, a former industrial entrepreneur, acquired the property in 2012 and has brought all
of her energy and passion to bear in order to create a lovely white Bordeaux.
|Grape||:||Sauvignon Blanc 42%, Sauvignon Gris 28%, Sémillon 25%, Muscadelle 5%|
|Tasting Note||:||With an original blend (Sauvignon Gris) it displays mineral notes (silex) turning on warm crumbs and acacia honey. Fat but lively attack. It is an explosion of freshness on the palate brought by a well-handled acidity. A subtle and pure wine, respecting each of its varietals ‘s expressions.|