Chateau Lary

This family wine farm is located at 50 kilometres to the South-East of Bordeaux and 10 kilometres from La Réole, on the Entre-Deux-Mers area. It is in this region that the Queen of England, Aliénor d'Aquitaine, had the first vines planted in 1150. In 1850 the domain was bought by Angelo Forcato. From 1960, Angelo's son Aron and his grandsons, Patrick and Serge, started to expand and modernize it, while still respecting tradition. Today this 71 hectares estate produces a range of fine wines that are enjoyed in France and around the world.

Bordeaux Blanc


Soil: Clay-limestone.

Surface: 14 hectares Location: The vineyard is located on the slopes of the North bank of the Garonne River, on the Entre-deux-Mers plateau. South-facing area, enjoying a strong summer sunshine.

Average age of the vineyard: 25 years

Grape varieties: 61% Sauvignon / 21% Muscadelle / 18% Sémillon



Classical wine-making. Ageing on the lees in stainless steel vats.



This vitage displays a beautiful bright colour. The nose develops scents of citrus fruits and white flowers. On the palate, the whole is medium-bodied with a good liveliness. It reveals a charming aromatic range. Good length.

Price: Fl $96.00, 3cs $88, 5cs $80