Château Piron Blanc is a white wine aged on lees made by Château Piron with the Muscadelle, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon varieties in the AOC Graves, in Bordeaux (France).
With more than three centuries of history, Château Piron is a leading producer in Bordeaux. Located in the Gât-Mort valley, in the village of Saint Morillon, the winery is still run by the same family with Lionel Boyreau and his wife Muriel now in charge. They have a total of 23 hectares of vines planted in wonderful clay-calcareous gravel soils, 13 of which are white varieties, and they continue to carry the family legacy with excellent results.
Located in the south of Bordeaux and benefiting from a temperate oceanic climate, the Château Piron Blanc vines are planted on soils composed mainly of gravel, sand and clay. The vines are cultivated using traditional agriculture and the harvest is carried out at the optimum point of ripeness.
In the winery the grapes are selected and then destemmed and gently pressed. The Château Piron Blanc production process continues with a classic vinification though cold aging and aging on fine lees for 3 months in oak barrels.
Created from a combination of white grape varieties, Château Piron Blanc is the result of a long and beautiful family tradition. These wines all start from a careful cultivation of exceptional terroirs that have been unchanged for more than 300 years.