The Insolent de Veyres takes the opposite of its elder, the Château de Veyres.
It is insolent by its freshness and its amazing notes of citrus, white and floral peaches. This wine is resolutely modern and solar.
To taste very fresh (8 °), without moderation during your sweet summer evenings !
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Château Péchon is the second wine from Château Haut Coustet in the commune of Barsac.
We love it for its pleasing concentration of stewed fruit and honeyed notes.
Easy to drink, it makes a delightful aperitif or accompaniment to blue cheeses.
Château Partarrieu is made on the same estate as Château Tuyttens.
It is distinctive for its citrus aromas of lemon and orange. Like Château de Veyres and Château Tuyttens, every year Château Partarrieu is submitted to the critical assessment of Neal Martin (Wine Advocate – Robert Parker).