Pale yellow dress. Very fresh nose with fine aromas of acacia flower, honeysuckle and white peach. The mouth is deep, long and mineral with a beautiful final on citrus fruit. France.
In 1966 Henri and Fran?oise Leveque acquired a few plots of vines in the village of Podensac. After 40 years of patiently adding more prime...
In 1966 Henri and Fran?oise Leveque acquired a few plots of vines in the village of Podensac. After 40 years of patiently adding more prime plots, Ch?teau de Chantegrive is today one of the largest and most prestigious estates in the Graves appellation with 80 hectares of vines. It is a member of the Union des Grands Crus de Bordeaux. A new generation has now arrived, which,with its energy and committed involvement within the winegrowing world, has injected renewed impetus into the estate.