The Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers, a dry and stylized white wine suggested by Delices and Gourmandises
Château Cazeau is a well-known French vineyard of Bordeaux area which is especially famous for the quality of its wines. The wine waiters of Delices and Gourmandises suggests you one of the best white wine: the Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers.
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This wine is the blend of 3 grape varieties. It is made of 50 % Sauvignon, 40 % Sémillon and 10 % Muscadelle. The vines are grown on the clay and limestone grounds of the hills of the Sauveterre territory, and benefit from a great exposure to sunlight until the coming of the harvest; there comes the sharpness of this wine. It is made with ripe and mature fruits that are selected at the harvest. Long time maceration of the fruits allows obtaining the best tannin.
The Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers is characterized by its light and bright color. At smell, it emit fresh fruity and flowery aroma. At taste, it is quite dry with some citrus and exotic fruits taste and a final aftertaste which is quite supple. All is perfectly well-balanced. This is just a high-quality French wine.
This wine has been rewarded several times: in 2003 he won the silver medal Blayais Bourgeais, the golden medal in Mâcon in 2004 and the bronze medal or Bordeaux in 2010.
Delices and Gourmandises : Some ideas to enjoy the Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers
The Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers of Delices and Gourmandises can be served as an aperitif as well for accompanying the meal. You will really appreciate it with a plate of seafood (shells, oysters, shrimps, grilled fish or in papillotte, etc.). You can also take it with smoked salmon, crudités and softly spiced salads. Avoid serving it with meats or delicatessen; those are best with red or pink wines. However, it is compatible with homemade foie gras if it is quite young. And as in France, wine and cheese are inseparable, Château Cazeau – Entre-Deux-Mers is best with Roquefort and goat cheese.