Le Rêve du Baron - 2019
Le Rêve du Baron has a brilliant clear pale yellow colour with green highlights.It starts out powerful on the nose, and goes on to reveal delicate aromas of white fruit, pear and citrus. Pleasantly fresh on the finish, it gives a lovely aftertaste.This wine can be paired with starters, fish and shellfish, cheese & salads.
2019 Vintage: 89-90/100 points
Father De Roeck and the whole family have been coming together to the south of France for almost 50 summers. Together with other French friends and families, they have enjoyed the beauty of the landscape, the warmth of the sun, the delicacy of fresh fruits, and the values of friendship. But above all, they have experienced the power of wine, which is bringing people together, sharing moments and having extraordinary social interactions. Accordingly, the Vascobelo Wine collection celebrates this close connection between people from different backgrounds.
Vascobelo wines from ‘La Collection de Rêve’ originates from Bordeaux, but more precisely from Château Bonnet, owned by the oldest and most renowned families in the Bordeaux Region: The André Lurton Family. Winegrowers from generation to generation, they are enthusiastic about what they do and devoted to producing outstanding wines. Owners of several chateaux, their name guarantees expertise and quality. Up to this day, Les Vignobles André Lurton remains the largest wineries in the Bordeaux region.
We are proud to say that this 2019 vintage received a score of 89-90/100 points in previous years.
Name: Le Rêve du Baron
Chateau: La Chapelle-de-Guinchay
Harvest date: 09-05-19
Grape: Sauvignon blanc 75% / Sémillon 20% / Muscadelle 5%
Alcohol%: 12.5% VOL.
Content: 750 ML
Sulfites: Contains sulfites
Soil: Clay-limestone and clay-siliceous
Plant density: 3,000 to 5,000 vines per hectare
Average age: 19 years old
Grape harvest: By hand or manual sorting before machine harvest
Fermentation: After skin- contact and settling, in temperature- controlled stainless- steel tanks
Wine maturing: For 4 months in tanks on lees