On the nose, this white wine combines gooseberry, exotic fruits and peach. The palate is rich and generous, with a fresh, tasty finish and a fruity after-taste. At this French vineyard, the wines are stored in traditional 18th century cellars because the atmosphere is still the perfect combination of cool and damp.
Château Laulerie’s vineyards stretch out on the right bank of the River Dordogne in the Western part of the Bergerac wine appellation. This prized area, known as Montravel, is characterized by its calcareous-clayish hills, facing in an ideal southerly direction. The vineyard is made up of 50% white grapes (Sauvignon and Semillon) and 50% red grapes (Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec).