Wine "Les Plantiers Du Haut Brion", Pessac-Leognan AOC, 2007, 375 ml
The wine has a pale yellow color with a golden hue.
Deep, fresh taste of wine charms subtle notes of lemon, grapefruit, vanilla and good minerality. Leaves a lasting aftertaste.
Bright bouquet of wine charms fruit and floral aromas, complemented by notes of grapefruit, orange peel and candied lemon.
The wine goes well with oily fish, grilled, lobster, crab meat, baked pork.
Dry white wine Les Plantiers Du Haut Brion, 2007 has a lively elegant taste with a creamy texture, complete palette of subtle fruit flavors. This wine will appreciate the true lovers of fine drinks, because it is created in small volumes (due to limited production) and in a unique composition. Variety Semillon dominates the blend and gives the wine a distinctive floral-fruity shades. Beverage production used to harvest two vineyards - Château Haut-Brion and Chateau La Mission About-Brion. Extract of wine made in oak barrels, half of which are new, over 9-12 months. This wine can be drunk now or endure until 2019.
Agriculture Chateau Haut Briyon is one of the oldest in the Pessac-Leonyane and traces its history to 1550. That year, Jean de Pontak built here his ancestral castle, and later created some of the most exquisite wines, which was a big fan of the Count de Richelieu, as well as members of the royal family. Today, Château Haut-Brion is part of the so-called "Great Five" top Bordeaux producers, together with Château Mouton Rothschild, Château Lafite Rothschild, Chateau Latour and Chateau Margaux, and its wines and to this day on the classification of Bordeaux in 1855 are the highest category wines - Premier Grand Cru Classe. Vines cultivated in the territory of the chateau has a minimum period of six centuries.