Dressed bright & fresh.
Fruity nose dominated by aromas of grapefruit and relayed by scents of white peach.
Creamy mouth, with a delicate balance between fresh fruit
and acidity, typical of Sauvignon.
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Chartrons were 18th century Bordeaux wine merchants from the Medoc, an ideal trade region on the left bank of the Garonne River. The Garonne served as the most historically strategic shipping route for wines from
Northern Spain, southwest France to the Great Atlantic. The Barons, families who owned properties throughout the region, invested their fortunes and lives in growing southwest France to become the pace setting region of winemaking for the entire world. Through Baron des
Chartrons, Maison Duhard invites you to discover this great history of Medoc, and the grandeur of Bordeaux.