The birthplace of Vignobles André Lurton, Château Bonnet is first and foremost a family home. Acquired in 1897 by Léonce Récapet, great-grandfather of the current owners, the Château has been the Group’s headquarters since 1953.
The estate has 235 hectares of vines in the Entre-Deux-Mers and Bordeaux appellations. Its white wines, characteristic of the region, are expressive and fresh, revealing notes of citrus and exotic fruit.
Pale yellow colour, with light silver reflections. A beautiful intensity, nose is marked by a tasty mix of exotic fruit notes (mango, passion fruit) and citrus (grapefruit). After a frank attack, there is a nice intensity in the mouth. The balance is good between roundness and freshness. We find again notes of exotic fruits (mango, candied orange) and citrus fruits (lemon, grapefruit). The whole is very gourmet. Nice finish. This wine will be enjoyed as an aperitif, but also with a seafood platter, an avocado with shrimps, or grilled fish.