Skilfully managed by Arnaud de Butler, Château de Trébiac lies on a gravel plateau at Portets, 35 km south of Bordeaux. Over the past five years, both the estate's vines and winery have been received major investment. This wine is produced from 100% Semillon with 3 months ageing in new oak.
Rounded, open and lush with floral and citrus notes. Gala apple, gooseberry, a touch of vanilla and almond. This is an excellent Graves, more weighty than the Hauts Bel Air, with a riper, more pronounced fruit quality that is subtly supported by a whiff of oak. Beautifully balanced with a slightly spicy finish.
A superb wine to be drunk as an aperitif or, alternatively try with stir fried lobster with scallop mousse.