Nose

Iintense bouquet of white flowers, lemon, peach and apricot aromas.

Palate

The fine balance between the smooth, sweet sensation and the touch of acid freshness makes for a remarkably long flavour on the palate, and hints at an excellent potential for ageing.

Growing Conditions

Soil - Clay and limestone

Winemaking

Temperature-controlled stainless-steel vats

Aging

2 years including 18 months in oak barrels. To be enjoyed now, or kept for 15 to 20 years.

Appearance

The magical alchemy of the ‘noble rot’ gives Château Broustet its brilliant golden color.

Food Pairing

Château Broustet boasts a deep, radiant gold color and an intense bouquet of pear, white flower, lemon, acacia honey, peach and apricot flavours. On the palate the flavour is wonderfully smooth yet fresh and full of life. To be tasted between 14° and 16°C.