Château Bonnet in Bordeaux offers high quality red, white and rosé wines that will please any crowd – from new Bordeaux drinkers to seasoned veterans.
New York, NY (PRWEB) June 29, 2011
Now that summer is underway and your social calendar is filling up fast with picnics and backyard barbecues, sooner or later it will be your turn to provide the vino. No matter the occasion, Château Bonnet in Bordeaux offers high quality red, white and rosé wines that will please any crowd – from new Bordeaux drinkers to seasoned veterans.
These wines are perfect for summertime picnics, surf-side refreshment or backyard barbecues in easy to transport screw cap. Most importantly, Château Bonnet wines are at a sweet price-point ($12.99-14.99) that won’t intimidate the every-day wine drinker.
Create an air of simple elegance for even the most casual get together with an easy to assemble assortment of fine French cheeses and pork or chicken liver pâté, frisée grain mustard & cornichon on toasted baguettes. For a quick and easy boost of sophistication to your summertime cookout, serve Château Bonnet White 2010 ($12.99) alongside these summertime starters and enjoy a cool breeze under the trees.
Spark up the grill and put your BBQ skills to work with chicken and lamb skewers, juicy crowd pleasing burgers and end it on a sweeter note with some grilled peaches, pears and pineapple. Bring some Bordeaux to your barbecue with Château Bonnet Rouge 2008 ($14.99) or Château Bonnet Rosé 2010 ($12.99).
Impress your friends this summer with your knowledge of old world terroir from a château that has embraced a new world sensibility. Wines from Château Bonnet are the perfect way to toast to the summer and celebrate, no matter the occasion.
Château Bonnet White 2010: This blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon and Muscadelle is fresh and lemony with aromas of grapefruit, boxwood and acacia flowers on the nose. Well balanced with a rich body and nice structure, the aromatic persistence is remarkable, and the notes of citrus fruits and yellow peaches linger on the palate.
Château Bonnet Rosé 2010 ($12.99): A rosé of Merlot and Cabernet, this rose is delightfully eye-catching with bright pink highlights. On the nose, it is intense with a distinctively broad palate of fruit aromas (think strawberry and raspberry). Very clean on the palate with smooth raspberry and cassis flavors. Generous and youthful, lively and dynamic, this rosé lingers to a lovely finish. Heat up the grill and serve with BBQ pork.
Château Bonnet Rouge 2008: A deep, bright garnet color. The nose is very youthful, revealing oak aging through its spicy vanilla aromas, but also presenting delicate hints of ripe fruit which will grow stronger over time. The palate is very generous, an indication of the quality of this vintage in Bordeaux. Along with licorice tones, they bring elegance and complexity to this fine wine, whose finish is long and persistent. Our winemaker suggests this wine is perfect with red meats – barbecued, broiled or in sauce.
Learn more about Chateau Bonnet wines at http://www.andrelurton.com
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