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Pierre Angulaire Bordeaux Blanc 2017
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Pierre Angulaire Bordeaux Blanc 2017

$12$9.95
 
Straw bright yellow in glass, aromatic is citrus and honey followed by the stony dry minerality of Sauvingnon Blanc, tempers by a dash of Semillion which gives it roundness, pleasure on the palate...

In an effort to quench my literal and professional thirst for white wine in Bordeaux, I have now arrived in the
‘Pellegrue’ sector, near the commune of Landerrouat, in the heart of Entre-Deux-Mers. My mentor and friend,
Stéphane Derenoncourt, started this project in four gravelly-clay ... read more
Item ID: #25790
Shelf at store56b
Size: 750mL (wine)
Closure: Cork

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Straw bright yellow in glass, aromatic is citrus and honey followed by the stony dry minerality of Sauvingnon Blanc, tempers by a dash of Semillion which gives it roundness, pleasure on the palate...

In an effort to quench my literal and professional thirst for white wine in Bordeaux, I have now arrived in the
‘Pellegrue’ sector, near the commune of Landerrouat, in the heart of Entre-Deux-Mers. My mentor and friend,
Stéphane Derenoncourt, started this project in four gravelly-clay and limestone parcels that are harvested by
hand, and vinified separately, employing a slow press and temperature controlled fermentations via wild yeast, in
stainless steel tanks.
The name pierre angulaire is how one says ‘cornerstone’ in French. In older days, as one set out to build a house, an
offering of wine was often placed on that key block of stone, from which all the future stones were to be balanced.
It was symbolic of the produce of the people who were to live in that place and the means of their subsistence.
Suffice it to say, white wine is a cornerstone in any house I’m going to live in, and now, I have my pierre angulaire
in position.

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Reviews (4)

Michele

Robert

Solid QPR

"Easy drinking, dry, good QPR. No complaints."

Mary

a very dry bordeux blanc

"Only recommended if one prefers a very very dry white wine --then this is good value for the price. It was a bit too dry for my taste but wasn't offensive."

Steve

Manage Expectations

"With a rating of 91 from WE I had high expectations. However, I found this wine to be a very light-bodied, one-dimensional wine; a much different take from the WE review. Low fruit and low acidity; not much to get excited about."