The grapes for Chateau Graville-Lacoste Graves Blanc are grown in a cooler microclimate for the appellation and harvested in September. The wine is vinified and aged in stainless steel. The Graville-Lacoste property produces a Graves Blanc, known primarily for its stony soil composition and fresh minerality.
This wine is very different from others from their appellations: Hervé Dubourdieu blends a high proportion of Sémillion (60%) and a splash of Muscadelle (5%) with Sauvignon Blanc (35%), creating a rich, full, aromatic mid-palate to complement the clean finish. This is the perfect go-to white that pairs well with anything from fish to poultry, picnic fare to Indian curries.