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Château de Quantin White

Vines have been grown on Château de Quantin's gravelly rises since the 17th century. These produce delicious, fruity, dry white wines with great aromatic expression. This fresh, crisp Pessac-Léognan can also be enjoyed young.

label château de Quantin white 2011
Appellation : Pessac-Léognan

Wine style

Soft and Sensual

Grape blend

100% Sauvignon blanc.


Temperatures were much higher than average from February to June, with much less rainfall than usual. There were already signs of drought at the end of Spring.

Tasting Comment


Discreet, but always elegant, Château de Quantin's white wine is fruity and has an unusual long, fresh, lemony aftertaste reflecting its one and only grape variety : Sauvignon Blanc. White fruit, citrus, and floral aromas combine to form a luscious treat. It will soon be a delight to drink with fish and seafood.

Ratings and reviews

Le Guide Hachette : 
 - Note : 



Represented by half a dozen wines starting with the first edition, André Lurton has frequently been cited in the Guide Hachette. However, this year's Guide highlights a château that has stayed somewhat in the background in the past. Like Château Cruzeau, the vineyard is located in the southern part of the appellation. Planted on gravelly soil, Sauvignon Blanc vines produce an extremely attractive white wine here. The elegant bouquet combines tropical fruit (mango and lychee), citrus and white fruit, accompanied by a hint of menthol. There is little oak because the wine is only partially aged in barrel, and then only for a fairly short time (six months).  The wine is rich, round, and beautifully fresh on the palate. These characteristics suggest that it will be ideal with fish and seafood dishes


gold medal - 2015 Sakura Japan women's Wine Award
Sakura Japan women's Wine Award 2015

Consumption period

2013 - 2016

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11.30 ha


Deep gravel slopes, clay-limestone at foot of the slopes.


Grape harvest

By hand or mechanical after manual sorting at the vine.


Graft stock

101.14 - 420A - 3309

Plant food

Traditional, limited impact

Plant density

6,500 to 8,500 vines per hectare

Wine average age

23 years

Grape variety

Sauvignon Blanc.

Pruning type

Double guyot


After settling, part in barrels and part in stainless-steel temperature-controlled tanks.

Fermentation temperature

18 à 23 °C



Wine maturing

Part in barrels, remainder in tanks on lees.

Wine montage

Tartaric precipitation by cold treatment.

Maturing potential

Can age up 2 to 7 years, excellent to drink in the early years