L'Herritage du Marquis de Greyssac Bordeaux



Bordeaux, in south-western France, department of Gironde, is the largest fine wine district
on Earth. It takes its name (which translates roughly as "next to the waters") from the port city
of Bordeaux. The great red wine areas are the Medoc, north of the city of Bordeaux, and to
the south: Pessac-Leognan, on the west bank of the Garonne river. Red Bordeaux wines are
blends of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot, Malbec and
Carmenere grapes. Generally Cabernet Sauvignon dominates the blend in red wine
produced in the Medoc. Typical top-quality Chateaux blends are 70% Cabernet Sauvignon,
15% Cabernet Franc and 15% Merlot. In the right bank appellations: Saint-Emilion,
Pomerol,..., Merlot tends to predominate. Typical blend is 70% Merlot, 15% Cabernet Franc
and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon. Traditional grape varieties for Bordeaux white wines are
Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle. Sauvignon Blanc is definitely the most
dominant grape in the dry white wine, while Semillon dominates the sweeter white wines
from the region.


  Marquis de Greyssac Sauvignon Bordeaux
  • Hand crafted from a rigorous selection of the finest “cuvees” of traditional white Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc (85%) and Semillon (15%) grape varietals.

  • Bright gold color. Fresh and crisp with aroma of zesty lemons. Great floral effect.

  • Should be served chilled at 10°C (50°F)

  • Perfect with poultry, seafood, salads and most cheeses or before meals as a delightful aperitif.

  Marquis de Greyssac Traditional Bordeaux
  • Hand crafted from a rigorous selection of the finest “cuvees” of Merlot (60%), Cabernet Sauvignon  (30%) and Cabernet Franc (10%) grape varietals.

  • Intense ruby-red color. Delicious aroma of black and red currant. Supple, well balanced with fine tannins.

  • Best served at 15-18°C (59-65°F)

  • Perfect with beef, lamb or poultry. It can also be paired with salads and cheese.

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