Château Beauregard Ducasse is located to the South of the Graves appellation, in the village of Mazères.
Blend: this vintage emerged from a subtle 40% Sauvignon and 60% Sémillon grape blend.
This vineyard (92 Acres) was established in 1850 by Albert Duran, in Mazères, towards the South of the
Jacques Perromat took over his in law’s estate in 1983. He is an expert when it comes to blending technology with tradition, in view of extracting the very best potential from the terroir. The age of the vines is 15 years old. The vineyard for this wine is about 15 Acres. In order to preserve the grapes quality, we have planted 3 000 vines stock/ Acre. (yield: 45hl/ha)
Our terroir in the Graves is marked by its complexity gravel, sand and iron concretions with a predominant clay limestone soil. What make us stand out in comparison to others is that we are positioned on the highest hilltop of the Graves appellation. This means that we benefit from grapes that ripen exceptionally well.
This vintage emerged from a blend of 40% of Sauvignon and 60% of Semillon.
Hand picked harvests to perpetrate the family tradition, skin contact maceration to increase the aromatic power, thermo regulated fermentation at 18°. The vintage is aged in stainless steel tank for 8 months to preserve the Sauvignon’s varietal aromas and guarantee exceptional freshness.
“This dry white wine is fresh with fruity aromas. The mouth develops aromas of pineapple, citrus and white flowers thanks to the Sauvignon. In the mouth, you can notice a very nice sensation of freshness and roundness. The Semillon brings a little of complexity and fleshy to this great vintage.” Jacques Perromat.
Serve at 10 degrees centigrade with seafood, grilled fish or just on its own before the meal.