Château Reynon AOC Bordeaux White - Technical sheet


Château Reynon

AOC Bordeaux White

Château Reynon in Béguey, part of the Premières Côtes de Bordeaux, was bought by the father of Florence Dubourdieu, Jacques David, in 1958; his daughter and son-in-law, Denis Dubourdieu, succeeded him in 1976. Thanks to their efforts, Château Reynon has for many years been known for the velvety charm of its red wines, as well as for the aromatic splendour and excellent keeping qualities of its white wines. The Reynon winery is the favourite place for experimentation of Denis Dubourdieu, a research scientist with the Faculty of Oenology, specialising in the vinification of dry, white wines.

Technical sheets

  • 2007

    VINTAGE 2007


    Once again, the 2007 vintage lives up to its reputation: this is one of the most remarkable Sauvignons Blancs of the Bordeaux region. Crystal-clear, pale yellow in appearance, while the bouquet, typical of the variety, has enormous complexity; in it, you find the entire aromatic range of the Sauvignon grape - box, acacia blossom, grapefruit and honeysuckle, but also tropical fruit, such as mango. The attack is warm, the palate subsequently becoming rounded and highly aromatic; perfectly balanced thanks to controlled vibrancy which takes it to a lingering finish.


    16.5 - Jancis Robinson
    15.5 Jean-Marc QUARIN