Château Bauduc, Sauvignon Blanc 2018 - Dispatched w/c 25th November

Bordeaux

75cl bottle: £11.95

Case of 12 75cl bottles: £143.40

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We announced the return of Château Bauduc, our best-selling white wine of last year, a fortnight ago, and promptly sold out within a day. The next pallet is due to arrive w/c 25th November 2019.

Their 2018 Sauvignon Blanc (with just a touch of Semillon) is wonderfully fresh and thoroughly deserves its stellar reputation. Château Bauduc has long provided the house wine in Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein’s restaurants to name but a few as well as a favourite with all our customers.
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Our Tasting Notes

Honey, lemon colour, a fresh sophisticated nose with excellent zesty citrus fruit. This fantastic dry white has great balance and acidity. Fresh, crisp and delicious with herbaceous and nettle notes in true character of this grape.The perfect food wine which is vouched for by both Gordon Ramsay and Rick Stein.

Wine Data

Grape variety: Sauvignon Blanc
Appellation: Bordeaux
Alcohol: 13%


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The 2018 is yet to be reviewed by the press, so please enjoy the glowing recommendations on the previous vintages below.


"The zeitgeist of white wine drinking—the Bauduc whites hit it bang in the middle", "Affordable, approachable, Bordeaux needs another 100 Bauducs - and fast.” - Oz Clarke

“A crisp, unoaked white. Unlike the wines of Marlborough, Bordeaux sauvignon blanc has gentlemanly understatement. Think unripe nectarines.” - Victoria Moore, The Telegraph


"I strongly commend it to you at the price… a thoroughly fine dry white Bordeaux… it would make a lovely wine at the table… Excellent value." - Jancis Robinson MW

"This scrumptious sauvignon is packed with refined nettle and lemon grass zing" - This week’s best buys, Jane MacQuitty, The Telegraph (11th January 2018)


“Bauduc Blanc is the Holy Grail… and, dare I say it, what we should all taste to remind us what Sauvignon Blanc should be like!” - Matthew Jukes

"Vibrant and zesty, very modern Sauvignon from English-owned Château Bauduc, this sings in the glass with its pungent elderflower tempered by a blast of gooseberry and plenty of citrussy spark. In the mouth passion fruit and orange are bright and shimmering, yet something - a touch of peach, a hint of yellow plum - adds softer flesh before a pin-sharp finish" - Tom Cannavan, the wine-pages.com


“It is the most perfect wine. I feel like a specialist in £10 wines as I taste so many of them, and it hits exactly the beautiful spot. I love love loved it. And say any of that if you want.” - Victoria Moore, The Telegraph