About Clos des Lunes
YOUR PLEASURABLE SAUTERNES DRY WHITE
Clos des Lunes is the dedicated work of Domaine de Chevalier's owner & winemaker, Olivier Bernard, and his team in an ancient vineyard of Sauternes, among the finest in Bordeaux. Starting several years ago, Olivier and his team made a strong commitment to Clos des Lunes. Relying on the intimate relationship with the terroir, the ultimate aim is to create one of the greatest dry white wines on the market.
Clos des Lunes vineyard is situated in the heart of a small area emcompassing the finest great growths of Sauternes, in the communes of Sauternes and Bommes. Historically, this terroir has always been recognised for its ability to produce top-quality sweet white wines.
Official Website: http://www.closdeslunes.com/
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About Le Pauillac de Haut-Bages Libéral
HIGH QUALITY 2ND LABEL OF 5TH GROWTH
Le Pauillac de Haut-Bages Libéral is the second wine of Château Haut-Bages Libéral. It is made from the young vines, which in general are less than 15 years old. This wine takes advantage of all the tools and the know-how of a 5th Classified Growth. It is an elegant illustration of the property. From its early years, the wine reveals the power of its terroir and the charm of its youth with fruitiness and freshness; making it more accessible in the first years.
Today, the property is run by Claire Villars. She had undertaken a complete overhaul of the tool of winemaking and a new approach of the vine growing, with better respect of the environment. This idea is to express the excellence of the terroir of Château Haut-Bages Libéral in its wines.
Official Website: http://www.hautbagesliberal.com/
About Haut-Médoc d'Issan
APPROCHABLE 3RD GROWTH STYLE BORDEAUX
Le Haut-Médoc d'Issan is the third lable of Château d'Issan, a prestigious 3rd Growth in Margaux. This wine is made from fruit grown on plots 5 km (3 miles) west of the estate in Arsac in the Haut-Médoc appellation area beside the vineyards of other Classed Growths.
Le Haut-Médoc d’Issan has a limited annual production of about 18,000 bottles. It uses the dominant Médoc grape varieties, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.
Official Website: http://www.chateau-issan.com/en/