88pointsChâteau La Grande Clotte 2004 Bordeaux Blanc

The vines for this wine are in Lussac St-Emilion, a rare outcrop of white vines among the sea of red, and the first white wine to come from the right bank vineyards. Its blend of Sauvignon Blanc and Sémillon gives a delicious freshness in 2004, touched with wood, vibrant with lemon and cantaloupe flavors. Roger Voss

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    Classic Wines, Inc
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