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Domaine Guillaman Colombard/Sauvignon

Domaine Guillaman Colombard/Sauvignon


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Domaine de Guillaman, a heritage-rich wine estate nestled in Gascony, has been a Ferret family passion for six generations. Originally dedicated to armagnac production, Dominique Ferret, the fifth-generation custodian, shifted the estate's focus to crafting high-quality white wines, now labeled as Côtes de Gascogne. Over a decade of meticulous revamping and expansion, the vineyard now sprawls across 125 hectares on Gascon clayey soil, boasting predominantly white grape varieties such as Colombard, Ugni Blanc, Sauvignon Blanc, Gros Manseng, and Petit Manseng, with Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon contributing to rosé and red wines. The estate, holding HVE level 3 status, prioritizes environmental sustainability through solar panels, water conservation, natural fertilizers, and biodiversity preservation. The Colombard Sauvignon Blanc blend, with its pale yellow hue and green glints, offers an exuberant bouquet of grapefruit, lychee, and passion-fruit, leading to a well-rounded, fresh taste that emphasizes the abundance of fruit. Best enjoyed chilled within 18 months, this wine proves versatile, serving as an excellent apéritif or pairing harmoniously with cold meats, fish, and shellfish. The powerful flavors promise a delightful and memorable experience, echoing the terroir's essence.

Tasting Notes

This blend of Colombard (80%) and Sauvignon Blanc (20%) is pale yellow with beautiful glints of green, and brilliantly clear. The bouquet is bright and fresh with plenty of fruit (grapefruit, lychee, passion-fruit) and a hint of acacia.

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