With its pale, brilliant colour and its aromas of citrus, white blossom and pineapple, Michel Lynch Blanc boasts a surprisingly succulent and full-bodied attack on the palate. A structure stemming from the blending of white grapes from the Graves and Entre-Deux-Mers area to the south of Bordeaux, and from low-temperature vinification in oak barrels. Michel Lynch Blanc should be drunk cool (around 12°C) as an aperitif or as the ideal accompaniment to seafood or white meats.
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Alcohol 12.5% vol