For over 2 centuries, the Dubourg vineyards have been family-owned. Each generation has had a hand in the evolution of the estate, from adding to the acreage, to expanding the marketing campaign. In the late 1960s, Nadine and Bernard Dubourg dramatically changed the landscape of the estate by introducing land from the appellations of Sauternes and Saint-Émilion.
Location: The vineyards are situated in the heart of Bordeaux, near the small village of Éscoussans. They lie on southwest-facing slopes on the right bank of the Garonne river.
This herbal wine is young, vibrant, pale yellow color with a nose of citrus fruit and white flowers. This Bordeaux Blanc offers good balance and elegant mouth feel; there are hints of grapefruit complemented by the bready notes from the lees with a light texture.
60% Sauvignon Blanc